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Arrestee Claims Female Officer 'Humiliated' Her On Reality Show

December 17, 2009  | 

A woman has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against two officers who required her to perform a field-sobriety test that was included in an episode of A&E's "Female Forces" police reality show, the Naperville Sun reports.

Eran Best filed the suit against Naperville police Officers Stacy Malec and Timothy Boogerd, the city of Naperville, as well as A&E Television Networks and the production company Good Luck Nat.

Best claims the test was unnecessary and just for the benefit of the cameras.

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