Another woman has filed a lawsuit alleging that a mobile phone company employee inappropriately accessed intimate photographs from her old smartphone. In the latest case, a Northern California woman said a worker at a T-Mobile store in Sacramento found two naked photographs of her in her old phone and sent them to himself through text messages. The worker had offered to transfer the woman's contacts from her old phone to her new phone, but instead spent several minutes accessing her photo library, the lawsuit said. The worker also sent himself a third photograph in which the woman was wearing only underwear, according to the lawsuit. Stephanie Milhomme filed the lawsuit Feb. She seeks unspecified monetary damages from Mobileone, which owns and operates the T-Mobile store at Arden Fair Mall in Sacramento, and an employee named Bryce Walding.
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