Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has apologized to Anjanette Young, an innocent woman who was forced to stand cuffed and naked while a dozen officers served a search warrant on her apartment.
The officers were searching for a drug suspect -- who lived next door to Young's apartment.
A police informant gave the officers Young's address instead of the suspect's.
Police body cam videos show about a dozen officers take Young's door off the hinges with a battering ram. Young, who was changing after getting home from work, was completely naked and frightened as officers stormed her apartment on Feb. 21, 2019 at 7 p.m.
"It was so traumatic to hear the thing that was hitting the door," said Young, 50, who worked as a social worker for 20 years.
"And it happened so fast, I didn't have time to put on clothes," Young exclusively told CBS 2 in Chicago.
Young filed a freedom of information request for the body cam videos, but her request was denied, as the city of Chicago fought the release of the footage.
As part of her lawsuit against the Chicago Police Department, a federal judge forced the department to hand over the police footage, CBS 2 reports.
In the video, Young can be heard telling the officers they were at the wrong address more than 40 times.
"There's nobody else here, I live alone," she told the officers. "Oh my God, this can't be right. How is this legal?