Ogborn, now 21, sued McDonald's Corp. Juror Kay Parrish told reporters the amount awarded will enable Ogborn to "live well the rest of her life" and "put all this behind her. A teary Ogborn hugged relatives after the verdict.
Louise Ogborn, 21, had sued McDonald's Corp. McDonald's Corp. In the lawsuit, she said someone called the restaurant in Mount Washington impersonating a police officer and gave a description of a young, female employee, accusing her of stealing from a customer.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. The calls were persuasive -- and perverse. The caller, often pretending to be a police officer, coaxed managers into strip-searching a worker or customer.
Hoax caller duped managers of more than 70 fast food outlets in 31 US states into strip-searching, humiliating and sexually abusing customers and staff. The officer stayed on the line and told Summers that in order to preserve evidence she must instruct the girl to strip naked, put the clothes in a bag and take them away. The assistant manager did as she was told.
A NEW film recreates the ordeal of a teenage McDonald's worker whose boss made her strip and dance nude after a hoax call. FOUR months into her job flipping burgers at the downtown McDonald's, year-old Louise Ogborn turned up for a shift which saw her doing nude star jumps, having her buttocks slapped and performing sex acts on a co-worker - all on the orders of her female boss. Ogborn's ordeal was the result of a phone hoax which targeted managers at dozens of fast food outlets across America, and is now the subject of a new film.
It was the shocking story -- and unbelievable surveillance video -- that riveted the nation. A young McDonald's employee humiliated, forced to strip and then to perform a sexual act in the back office, during her work day. This horrifying ordeal changed one woman's life forever, and put one man on trial, accused of masterminding a bizarre and elaborate hoax.
Mom, daughter killed when car plowed into Girl Scout troop 'needed to be together'. At one point on the video, Ogborn was "spanked" for almost 10 full minutes. Company must pay legal fees".
The strip search phone call scam was a series of incidents, mostly occurring in rural areas of the United States, that extended over a period of about twelve years, starting in The incidents involved a man calling a restaurant or grocery store, claiming to be a police officer and then convincing managers to conduct strip searches of female employees, and to perform other bizarre acts on behalf of "the police". The calls were most often placed to fast-food restaurants in small towns.