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Naked photos stolen by Best Buy Geek Squad and circulated online, student claims in lawsuit Nicole March, 20, claims that a worker at a Tuscaloosa, Alabama branch not only looked at private photos on her laptop — he uploaded them and shared them on the Internet. By Nina Golgowski / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Thursday, August 15, 2013, 2:35 PM Updated: Thursday, August 15, 2013, 3:11 PM Print Print Comment Nicole March, says that while the Geek Squad was repairing her laptop in 2011, it stole nude photos she had taken as personal and private art. ' height='380' itemprop='associatedMedia' alt='Nicole March, says that while the Geek Squad was repairing her laptop, it stole nude photos she had taken as personal and private art.' width='635' src='http://assets./polopoly_fs/1.1427876.1376591369!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_635/nude16n-3-web.jpg' /> Facebook
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seamaster omega Nicole March, 20, claims that after paying a Best Buy Tuscaloosa store $131 on Aug. 18, 2011, to have her computer looked at her private files were raided and then uploaded.
seamaster omega It wasn't until nearly two years later on May 13, 2013 that she, a former Best Buy employee herself, was notified of the horrifying scandal thanks to a Best Buy tipster.
cheap watches RELATED: NEW MISS TEEN USA CLAIMS SHE WAS THE VICTIM OF AN ONLINE EXTORTION PLOT A Best Buy employee tipped Nicole March off to the photos' upload online with Edwin Kinloch, pictured, named in March's complaint as the man who sent around a link to the site showcasing them.
copy omega watches Geek Squad employee Nathaniel Smith claimed he saw the shocking uploads of her after sent a link to a website that not only showcased her photos but identified her by name.
Smith identified former Geek Squad employee, Edwin Kinloch, as the man who sent him the link which took her to website Piratesbay.sx where the photos had been uploaded for sharing, according to March's complaint.
Attempts by the Daily News to reach Kinloch — who is not named as the first employee to obtain access to the photos — were not immediately returned.
RELATED: SEXY TEACHER PIC GOES VIRAL AFTER STUDENTS HACK LAPTOP Tim Boyle/Getty Images The Best Buy asked March not to ask who among the Geek Squad was the guilty one - as a 'favor,' according to the suit.
A LinkedIn page belonging to Kinloch identifies him as having worked at the Tuscaloosa store from February, 2010 until January, 2012.
March contacted the Best Buy store immediately, and within four days a Geek Squad agent told her he had found the person responsible for the crime and her photos would be deleted.
The agent further asked March to not ask who the culprit is, as a "favor."
RELATED: WEATHERMAN'S FIANCÉ TAKES OVER HIS TWITTER WHILE HE'S ASLEEP TO POST SEXY PICTURES Tim Boyle/Getty Images March is now suing Best Buy for an undisclosed amount of money, citing 'severe mental anguish, embarrassment, and humiliation' from the theft.
March, who says she shot the photos as part of her personal and private artwork, was described in the complaint as suffering "severe mental anguish, embarrassment, and humiliation" from the theft.
She filed a police report and is suing the store for an undisclosed monetary compensation according to her attorney speaking to ABC.
A request for comment by the Best Buy store was refused because the litigation is pending.
In an email sent to the Daily News, the store wrote that "Best Buy is committed to responsible customer information management practices, and our employees are trained to follow very specific procedures that govern how they care for this important information."
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