Woman Who Claimed to Have Personal Hygiene Product Removed by Officers Publicly Receives $205,000 Settlement

Maria Perez
Oct 25, 2019 - 8:00
Woman Who Claimed to Have Personal Hygiene Product Removed by Officers Publicly Receives $205,000 Settlement

A woman who had her personal hygiene product removed in public by a police officer will receive an over $200,000 settlement. The City of San Antonio approved that Natalie Simms will receive $205,000 to settle a civil rights lawsuit filed against the San Antonio Police Department in 2018, The New York Times reported. In 2016, Simms, 40, said she was approached by officers while she was sitting on the sidewalk of a public street in San Antonio, Texas, waiting for her boyfriend and talking on the phone, according to the -->

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