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There are four types of "invasion of privacy" lawsuits. However, in order to make any of them "stick," you must be able to show that the statements revealed by a defendant are false, or that if true, that their public disclosure would be deemed "outrageous" by an ordinary person.
So, the question boils down to: XXXXX XXXXX charges true, and would an ordinary person be outraged by their disclosure to the public?
If yes, then you may have a legal action against the employer. Otherwise, not.
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