In court documents, Goodlett admitted to investigators that she had lied about details used in the search warrant to enter Taylor's apartment.
She then tried to cover up the falsified details with another officer, also charged in the FBI's investigation, former LMPD Detective Joshua Jaynes according to court documents.
During the raid, shots were fired into Napper and Etherton's apartment. The lawsuit argues that without Goodlett, officers wouldn't have been there that night.
The neighbors previously filed a lawsuit against Brett Hankison, Myles Cosgrove and Jonathan Mattingly in 2020.
WHAS11 has reached out to Goodlett's attorney for a comment on this new lawsuit, but haven't heard back at this time.
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