Her tampon was pulled out in public by a police officer looking for drugs. Now, she could get $205,000.

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THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU HIRE THE DRUG CARTEL VILLAGE RETARDS TO WORK AS POLICE OFFICERS IN THE STATE OF TEXAS.

Natalie D. Simms was in shock as she stood on the dimly lit side street in San Antonio with her hands raised in the air. A police officer looking for drugs had failed to find anything after combing through her pockets — but much to Simms’s horror, the search wasn’t over.

“Spread your legs,” the officer allegedly told Simms.

On Aug. 8, 2016, Simms was subjected to a public vaginal cavity search during which her tampon was pulled out in view of male police officers and others nearby, according to a federal lawsuit filed last year in the Western District of Texas. Simms sued the city of San Antonio and now-retired San Antonio Police Department detective Mara Wilson for unspecified damages, alleging that the act was a “blatant violation” of her constitutional rights, and resulted “in significant and lasting harm.”

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