Victims of Rabbi Freundel, Who Videotaped Women, Ask for $100 Million in Lawsuit

At The Washington Post, Julie Zauzmer reports that the women Rabbi Barry Freundel illegally filmed while preparing themselves for ritual baths are suing the rabbi and several Orthodox Jewish institutions for $100 million in damages. The suit asks for $1 million in compensation for each victim. Zauzmer writes, “Freundel pleaded guilty to taping 52 women, but prosecutors said he recorded more than 100 additional victims earlier than the three-year statute of limitations.”

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