A former police officer in Minneapolis will receive over $1 million to settle several invasion of privacy suits that she filed because of her co-workers.
Officers illegally accessed her driver's license record more than 400 times just to get a peek at her.
The Minneapolis City Council has agreed to pay her $392,000, on top of a $280,000 settlement she reached with several other cities whose cops broke the law by accessing her record for non-work reasons.
She will also receive $385,000 from the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, for a total of $1,057,000 that taxpayers will have to shell out for the wrongdoing.
There may be more money where that came from, too. She still has a lawsuit pending against the state of Minnesota.