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A Newport Beach woman is suing Fletcher Jones Motorcars alleging the mechanic convicted of trying to rape her was able to get her personal information from the dealership where she got her car serviced.

Karen Sommers was assaulted in her home in 2005.

Her attacker was later identified though DNA as Travis Batten, a mechanic at the Newport Beach dealership, according to Sommers.

Batten was sentenced to 107 years in prison for attacking Sommers and a second woman.

Sommers said the fact that Batten worked at the same dealership where she had her car serviced gave him access to her personal information.

She believes the company should have done more to protect her.

Fletcher Jones did not respond to KTLA`s calls on Tuesday.