Suits Filed In Rams Head Video Case

Class action status is being sought by three women who filed suit against Rams Head Group and its former president, Kyle Muehlhauser, who was charged in February with multiple counts of secretly recording women in the restroom of the company’s Savage Mill, Md., location.

The suit is the second to be filed in the case. The first suit, filed in March by a 35-year-old Laurel, Md., woman, seeks $3 million.

The most recent suit seeks $20 million in damages and says all the alleged victims suffered humiliation, anxiety and distress bec, , and at least two Rams Head Taverns. The group also operates Pier Six Pavilion in Baltimore.

At the time criminal charges were announced, Rams Head Group said it was fully cooperating with the police investigation.

“Rams Head Group wants to assure the public, our staff and our guests that we have been fully cooperative with the Howard County Police Department,” the company said. “Per the police investigation, this is an isolated situation involving one bathroom at the Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill location more than nine months ago. We understand the community’s rightful concerns. Since the incident in May 2014, we have been focused on ensuring that all of our facilities are safe and secure. No other locations or incidents are involved.”