As claimed in the suit, she reported the incident to Southwest and was told to not talk to anybody about the alleged incident. She said retaliation included increased performance audits and being overseen by managers in a threatening manner.
Southwest sent a statement to the Arizona Republic, saying in part:
"The safety and security of our employees and customers is Southwest's uncompromising priority. As such, Southwest does not place cameras in the lavatories of our aircraft. At this time, we have no other comment on the pending litigation."