Buckle up, folks! We’ve got some drama on the road. A Dallas County sheriff’s deputy is in hot water after allegedly turning a routine traffic stop into a viral sensation on TikTok. The unsuspecting victim, Torry Osby, has filed a lawsuit against the deputy, Francisco Castillo, claiming that his personal information was revealed to the world without his consent.

Apparently, Castillo was livestreaming the entire incident to over 100 people under the username “CycoCisco” when he pulled Osby over for speeding. But things quickly took a turn for the worse when the deputy allegedly flashed Osby’s driver’s license to the viewers, along with identifying information like his address and license number.

The lawsuit alleges that Castillo was more interested in gaining “likes” and followers than upholding the law. Osby claims he had no idea that his personal information was being broadcasted to the world, and only found out when a concerned viewer reached out to him.

As a result of the incident, Osby has suffered mental and emotional anguish, according to the lawsuit. He’s seeking monetary compensation for the alleged violations of Texas privacy laws, as well as damages. And to make matters worse for Castillo, an internal affairs investigation found that he violated the department’s social media policy, resulting in his suspension.

Looks like this deputy’s TikTok career has hit a roadblock, and he might need to find a new hobby that doesn’t involve violating people’s privacy. Stay tuned for the jury trial, folks, it’s going to be a wild ride.

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