Springfield Salon Owner Faces More Charges

1 decade 3 years 1 month ago Wednesday, April 05 2006 Apr 5, 2006 Wednesday, April 05, 2006 1:06:41 PM CDT April 05, 2006 in News
Brett P. Kent was charged in December with two counts of second-degree invasion of privacy, a felony. Twenty more invasion of privacy charges were filed against him Tuesday. In addition, three women and a minor girl have filed lawsuits seeking damages for invasion of their privacy. The latest suit filed Feb. 14 by the minor also alleges negligence and reckless infliction of emotional distress. The 33-year-old Kent bought the former Paradise Sun Tanning Salon last October and renamed it 360 Degrees Tan. Initial charges were filed after police raided the salon on a tip that photos of tanning customers were on a computer there. Police asked anyone who patronized the business between Oct. 21 and Dec. 9 to contact them.

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