A Tennessee woman filed suit in federal court Thursday, alleging that corrections officers at a prison owned and operated by Corrections Corporation of America required her to expose her genitalia to officers so they could “verify” that she was menstruating after they spotted a feminine sanitary napkin in her pocket.

The lawsuit seeks to have CCA’s “strip-search policy” declared unconstitutional along with compensatory and punitive damages for the officers’ “unconscionable and callous regard” for the woman’s rights.

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