Couple files lawsuit against Denver hotel, claiming they were spied on while intimate in room
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A Texas couple believes they were spied on while having sex in their Denver hotel room.

via KDVR:

DENVER (KDVR) -- A Texas couple believes they were spied on while having sex in their Denver hotel room.

Nathan and Christina Parks filed a lawsuit in Denver District Court against DoubleTree by Hilton for invasion of privacy on Tuesday.

When Nathan opened the door on the morning of Sept. 11, 2019, he said he discovered the door’s peephole laying on the floor of the hallway outside his room.

“When I opened the door and I looked at it from the outside, I could tell that there was a smudge mark where somebody’s face and handprints were up on the door. Clearly they were peeking into our room,” said Nathan Parks.

“They might’ve captured our intimate moments together or even us just being naked in the room,” Christina Parks told FOX31.

The couple’s attorney, Colleen Calandra, said the hotel essentially deleted evidence by having the door fixed while the couple was in the process of filing a police report with Denver police.

In a statement to FOX31, the hotel chain denied any wrongdoing.

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