Hillary Jackson reports:
A former co-worker of a woman who sued UCLA after a romantic rival allegedly sent copies of her medical records to third parties testified Wednesday that the plaintiff’s demeanor changed significantly after the breach occurred.
Lozano alleges in her lawsuit filed in April 2013 that a temporary worker in the office of Dr. John Edwards, an OB-GYN affiliated with UCLA, obtained copies of her health records and sent them in September 2012 to the father of the plaintiff’s then-unborn child, as well as to yet another of his former girlfriends.
Both the man and the other woman notified Lozano, who alleges she suffered significant emotional distress after finding out that her records were given out without her permission.
Read more on MyNewsLA.com.