Former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle’s ex-wife and ex-mother-in-law filed a lawsuit against him that alleges hidden cameras and peeping inside of his home, according to WSOC-TV. The local station reports that the lawsuit alleges there were secret cameras in the master bedroom, bathroom and guest bedroom.
Jalopnik couldn’t immediately obtain a copy of the complaint reported by WSOC-TV, as the county clerk in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina said it could only be retrieved by a reporter in person or by request by snail mail. But the clerk did confirm a case alleging invasion of privacy filed on June 29, against Biffle by ex-wife Nicole Lunders.
The station reports that the two separated in 2015, and the clerk also said there was a list of cases by a “Nicole L.” against Biffle for things like alimony. The clerk couldn’t pull out the paper file for the case over the phone, saying the office gets “a lot of calls” and staffers aren’t allowed to take the time to do so.
But the details reported by WSOC-TV say the lawsuit alleges that hidden cameras in Biffle’s Lake Norman home in Mooresville, North Carolina were even placed in the bathroom:
The lawsuit details visible cameras all over the outside of the home on Doolie Road, but that there were also hidden cameras inside the house, including in the master bedroom, bathroom and in the guest bedroom where Biffle’s former mother-in-law stayed.
The lawsuit claims Biffle recorded his ex-wife and ex-mother-in-law on a digital video recorder and showed that video to other people.
The lawsuit says Biffle said under oath that the hidden cameras were installed for security because he believed his maids were stealing.
That’s the only information WSOC-TV provided about the lawsuit, and the outlet didn’t mention why Biffle’s former race team was included in the complaint.
Biffle didn’t return to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series full time in 2017, after racing with Roush Fenway Racing for 19 years and “mutually” parting ways at the end of the 2016 season. Biffle announced earlier this year that he’d join NBC’s NASCAR America as a guest analyst this season.