A local news station in Mooresville, North Carolina has uncovered a rough story about NASCAR driver Greg Biffle.
WSOC-TV has reported that Biffle has been accused of using hidden cameras to spy on his ex-wife.
Biffle, 47, isn’t only being sued by his ex-wife in the matter, he’s also being sued by his ex-mother-in-law. On top of suing Biffle, the two are also suing Roush Fenway Racing to make matters worse. Biffle and his wife got divorced back in 2015.
Biffle and Roush Fenway Racing are specifically being sued for hidden cameras inside Biffle’s home on Lake Norman in Mooresville, about 30 miles North of Charlotte.
The lawsuit claims there were visible cameras outside of the house, but that’s only the beginning. On top of the visible cameras outside the home, there were even more cameras that were hidden in the master bedroom, bathroom, and the guest bedroom. With Biffle no longer living in the home, his ex-wife stayed in the master while his ex-mother-in-law stayed in the guest room.
Outside of simply claiming that Biffle may have placed the cameras there without the two women knowing, the suit is also claiming the 47-year-old recorded the two women and showed video of them to other people. According to the lawsuit that was reviewed WSOC-TV, Biffle said under oath that the cameras were placed inside and outside the home because he thought his maids were stealing from him.
Biffle was the NASCAR Busch Series Rookie of the Year back in 2001 and his last win came in 2013 at the Quicken Loans 400. The former driver is currently inactive and is now a TV analyst for NBC Sports.