Woman claims vibrating app filmed her
A woman is suing a sex toy company after claiming a vibrator app filmed her pleasuring herself.
The device called We-Vibe allows users to communicate without being in the same room through a remote control and can also host video calls.
The instructions for the toy, read: "Touch the screen to control the vibrations and build intensity.
"Tease and please with custom vibes you create.
"Turn on your lover when you connect and play together from anywhere in the world.
"Build excitement with secure in app-voice, chat and video."
According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, a woman - who has chosen not to be named for legal reasons - claims she used We-Vibe on a few occasions and was naive to the fact it was "monitoring and recording" her.
Her legal representative, Eve-Lynn Rapp, said: "This is one of the more incredible invasions of privacy we've ever dealt with."