“Shut the (expletive) up and get out of the car,” Legg is heard saying in the video.
Legg later resigned from the department, but defended his actions.
“Maybe I should not have used profanity, but its immediate effectiveness is not questionable and I do believe I acted reasonably under the circumstances,” he wrote in his resignation letter.
In an interview with Channel 2 Action News, Campbell said she felt violated.
"Now I can't trust a blue light. I can't. It's damaged me. It's hurt me. Left something in my soul that I can never forget," Campbell said. "If nothing else comes from this, I want justice to occur. True justice with a capital 'J.'”
In her lawsuit, Campbell says her constitutional rights were violated. Additionally, her back, shoulder, neck and knee were injured due to the violence, the suit says.
“Plaintiff’s injuries are permanent, as she has undergone surgery for a separated shoulder, treatment for her back and neck, and is scheduled for surgery for her knee,” the lawsuit states.
Campbell is seeking a jury trial and no less than $1.5 million in damages.