Ex-wife accused of putting recording device in daughter's toy
Jan 7, 2009 An Omaha man has filed a lawsuit accusing his ex-wife and former father-in-law of putting a recording device inside his daughter's teddy bear to spy on him.
The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Omaha says Dianna Divingnzzo and her father, Sam Divingnzzo, tried to use audio recorded in the stuffed animal in the divorced couple's custody case.
The bear is attached to a small blanket, something Lewton says his five year-old daughter calles "Little Bear." He says she takes it everywhere.
"I just can't fathom the thought of somebody taking that little bear's head off and putting a bugging device-"
Lewton claims his ex-wife spied on him for at least six months. It came out in October, in their on-going custody battle in documents Lewton’s attorney requested from a family psychologist.
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