Charges Against Black Woman Who Had Her Privates Searched In Public
A Black Texas woman says she was sexually assaulted by a deputy during a traffic stop earlier this summer.
Via Texas Star Telegram:
Drug possession and resisting arrest charges have been dropped against a Houston-area woman who says female deputies violated her rights by doing a body cavity search in a parking lot.
Charges were dismissed Thursday against Charneshia Corley of Spring. Corley’s attorney, Sam Cammack (KAM’-ak), says he then filed a complaint with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office claiming an unconstitutional search.
Prosecutors didn’t immediately return messages Friday. A spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office had no information on a complaint being filed.
Corley was pulled over June 20 for an alleged traffic violation. Cammack says a male deputy put Corley in a patrol car, then she was taken out and two female deputies searched her.
Cammack says deputies confiscated 0.02 ounces of marijuana. He declined to say where the drugs were found.
The woman says she intends on suing the police department for violating and humiliating her in public. Do you think she will win her case??