UK woman who urinated on Trump golf course loses case
April 6, 2017
LONDON (AP) — A British woman who was photographed urinating on a golf course in Scotland founded by U.S. President Donald Trump lost her demand for damages on Wednesday but said she was "very relieved" that her name had been cleared.
Carol Rohan Beyts, 62, a longtime campaigner against the course in northeast Scotland, said staff breached data protection laws by secretly taking pictures of her in April 2016.
Beyts, who says she has bladder problems and had no choice but to urinate in a sand dune, sought 3,000 pounds ($3,700) in damages from Trump International Golf Links Scotland.