One of the many bizarre twists in the John Goodman DUI manslaughter case — that he disabled his electronic ankle monitor as part of a plot to escape — is fodder for a whistle-blower lawsuit filed Friday by a Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy.
In the lawsuit filed against the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Deputy Bridgette Bott claims she is being docked 40 hours of pay and was banished from a lucrative security detail to watch the Wellington polo mogul simply because she had the audacity to back Goodman’s version of events.
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