Much to their horror, Ocwen Financial Corp. employees Patti J. Kidder and Katherine R. Dean of West Palm Beach learned that intimate parts of their anatomy were appearing on voyeuristic and pornographic Internet sites.

In a 33-page suit filed Feb. 15 in Palm Beach Circuit Court, the two claim that a former co-worker at Ocwen, Ronald J. Minnis Jr., installed a hidden video camera in the ladies’ restroom at the company’s headquarters in West Palm Beach.

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