The details of the recent lawsuit against former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle were confusing from the start. The allegations that hidden cameras were installed through his Lake Norman, North Carolina, home — including in the bathroom and bedroom — baffled many NASCAR fans. And what was equally confusing was the fact that his former NASCAR team was also named in the suit.

Well, now we know why.

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The online site Jalopnik shared a full copy of the lawsuit, and reported that it had learned “that the case has a laundry list of allegations by [Greg’s ex-wife] Nicole Biffle and her mother against Greg Biffle and the team, beginning with the claim that an employee of Roush at the time, Ricky Matthew Reavis, came to install the cameras. The lawsuit claims cameras were installed in a way that wasn’t visible to the naked eye, and that Reavis helped Greg Biffle activate ones in the master and guest bedrooms.”

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The lawsuit also claims that Ricky and Greg connected the system to an app, and could watch the camera feeds 24 hours a day, seven days a week if they wanted to. The suit also alleges that the cameras were owned by the race team, ultimately.


We will be keeping an eye on this one.

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Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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