U.S. Cellular Workers Spied On Customers' Phones For Nude Photos, Lawsuit Claims

Dan Fastenberg
US Cellular workers phones snooping
US Cellular workers phones snooping

It's not only teenagers who are sharing explicitly sexual photos on their cellphones. It seems that some U.S. Cellular employees also are using cellphones for a little raunchy fun -- at least if the allegations in a recent sexual harassment lawsuit and civil rights complaint turn out to be true.

According to the suit and the complaint by former U.S. Cellular employee Lisa Blazek, her co-workers in the city of Spencer, Iowa, regularly spied on customers' phones in search of nude pictures and then played an adult version of show-and-tell at work. Blazek claims that several of her male co-workers coerced her into looking at nude and lewd photos when she was employed as a retail consultant at the wireless phone provider.