Dressing Room Spying Alleged At Boca Raton-Based Boutique, Lawsuit Filed

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Woman Claims Man On Ladder Watched Her Change, Asked For Date…

Etiquette Boutique in Palm Beach Gardens, part of a chain based in Boca Raton, allegedly permitted a worker to look into a dressing while a woman changed. (Image from the official complaint).

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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A woman trying on clothes at Boca Raton-based Etiquette Boutique claims that a man on a ladder looked down at her in the dressing room, apparently liked what he saw, and held up a note asking for a date.

The incident allegedly happened at the company’s Palm Beach Gardens location. The man, according to a just filed lawsuit, works for HVAC repair company “Richie Rich Services.” He was apparently on a ladder and had a view of what was happening in the dressing room. As the woman changed, she apparently heard a noise similar to “pssst.” When she looked around, and then up, she saw the man who held a note reading: “IF YOUR SINGEL TXT ME.” (As spelled in the lawsuit).

The complaint, filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, alleges that Etiquette Boutique did not have a proper dressing room that truly obstructed view and violated her right to privacy while changing. The suit also alleges that Richie Rich Services didn’t property train the company’s employee how to conduct himself while working in a client location.

Etiquette Boutique, which has locations in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, and Palm Beach Gardens, is owned by HFT — the “Harris Family Trust.” Richie Rich Services is also named as a defendant. Read the complete lawsuit, below. The plaintiff is represented by Gordon and Associates. No response had been filed as of 6 a.m. Friday by the defendants.


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