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Airbnb guests will sue the homeowner after the discovery of the 3-hidden-cameras-in-unity, a lawsuit claims

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A couple has sued the owner of a San Diego, Calif., rented the apartment through Airbnb to a claim that it was a hidden camera in the converted garage unit.

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The unknown couple have booked an Airbnb in the city’s Clairemont neighborhood, back in November of 2018. Three days into their stay, the couple that they have discovered three hidden cameras, two of which were in the bathroom, in the bedroom, ceiling, NBC San Diego reports.

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According to the suit, and the guests called the police, who have allegedly “confirmed the existence of the cameras.”

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Be the Airbnb of rental operated by the owner, Paul Vukelich, who has been charged with a violation of the right to privacy, and the infliction of emotional distress, and the distribution of sexually explicit material, among other claims.

Vukelich, however, claimed to NBC7 that there will never be operating the camera in the device.

The lawyer acting for the couple in a civil lawsuit of David Beavans, has said that the incident has left his clients with severe emotional trauma in their lives.

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“Every time someone looks at him funny for the rest of his life, and he’s not going to know the reason for this is because he has been identified as a [the hidden cameras]. That’s where the harm comes in here,” Beavans said.

Airbnb does not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment, but the company has said that it has been removed, Vukelich, of the platform, according to a statement shared with NBC7.

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“The privacy and security of our community’s main priorities, and we have a number of strict rules relating to the disclosure of the security device includes an outright ban on video cameras in the bedrooms and the bathroom. As soon as the incident was brought to our attention, we removed it from the host, and the listing of the community and has worked quickly to our guests.”

David Beavans does not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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