Per the complaint: "Lady" was brought in to ID a gang member who was eventually convicted of the shooting -- and though you never saw Lady's face (it was, says the federal suit, "blurred out"), a mugshot ID'd as being Lady was "in fact Ms. Isabel, taken several years prior to the taping of this episode." The ep ain't hard to find on the Internet. And, says the complaint, A&E airs it all the time, despite Isabel's (and her attorneys') insistence that, look, that ain't her:
The result of airing Ms. Isabel's photograph and representing to the public that she had anything to do with the murder the subject of the episode has caused Ms. Isabel to fear for her life and personal safety. Episode 86 involves a murder that took place in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Isabel is from Dallas and currently all of her relatives reside in Dallas. The representation that Ms. Isabel had any involvement with the subject murder and/or apprehension of the murderer places her in a very dangerous situation; specifically, she fears she has become a gang target. At this time, Ms. Isabel is not able to return to Dallas or visit her family due to safety concerns.