The Scottish broadcaster, 56, was reminiscing about a charity trek the pair were involved with back in 2011 when she resurfaced some very cheeky snaps."I used to wake up, and look what would greet me of a morning," she teased.
A former Ontario man has filed a lawsuit against the Waterloo Regional Police alleging one of its officers at the time stole nude modelling photos of him and sent digital copies to other officers.
Matthew Waltenberry, who claims he was forced to move to from Kitchener to Radium Hot Springs, B.
C., because he was humiliated, is suing the police, a former officer and two other constables for $900,000 in damages.
The claim was filed recently by Waltenberry's lawyer Davin Charney in the Ontario Court of Justice in Kitchener.
The statement of claim says former constable Christopher Knox responded to a 911 call for a suicidal woman at Waltenberry's home on Feb. The claim alleges Knox stole nude photographs of Waltenberry during an illegal search of his home.
Knox is also accused of sharing the photos with six other Waterloo police officers via Black Berry Messenger.Waltenberry said as a result he has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and depression for which he sees a psychiatrist.He also changed his last name to avoid being linked to photos, the claim said.Waltenberry also owned a marketing company in Kitchener-Waterloo, but since the alleged theft he has trouble maintaining a permanent job, the claim said.In June 2011, two Waterloo police officers told Waltenberry they were aware of the theft of the photos and that they were shared electronically, the court documents say.A year later, Knox was convicted of voyeurism and breach of public trust.