Transcript for Former Taco Bell Executive Accused in Uber Driver Attack Launches Lawsuit of His Own
a story you might remember. This video gone viral of an Uber driver attacked by a drunk taco bell executive. But a lawsuit has been launched. Ron is here with more. This is going to strike a lot of people as very bizarre. In that video a drunken passenger is seen punching that Uber driver. That driver sued the passenger. But now the passenger is suing the driver, he allegedly attacked. This now-I famous video now viewed more than 2 million times on youtube is at the center of a lawsuit. In California. Benjamin golden is filing a lawsuit against Cabon despite making this tearful apology. I have been trying not to read what's being said. I'm not that person. Reporter: He's already been sued by Cabon for unspecified damages. He's also bj charged with assault and battery and pleaded not guilty. I didn't expect it to get violent. Reporter: Golden is now claiming the driver illegally video taped the altercation and is now seeking damages for severe emotional distress, humiliation, anxiety, fear. I think the driver is going to be okay with respect to the videotape. The audio tape however will however present some challenges. Reporter: At no time did Mr. Golden consent to be video recorded or viewed by anyone else. Caban lawyer telling ABC news that the lawsuit in his words bogus. Prohibits recording someone's conversation without their consent. The passenger said he didn't give his consent to be recorded. The Uber driver said that law only applies to audio recordings not videos. Still, the suing -- It I want to know if I'm
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