Attorneys for Ali Rei, a five-year member of the State Police, filed the lawsuit Friday in US District Court in Boston.
The suit seeks unspecified damages for violation of federal and state rights, civil conspiracy, and emotional distress.
The lawsuit was filed three days after her partner, Trooper Ryan Sceviour, filed a lawsuit alleging he also was pressured into changing his report into the arrest of Alli Bibaud, daughter of Dudley District Court Judge Timothy Bibaud.Governor Charlie Baker has ordered an investigation into the allegations that the troopers were ordered to alter their reports.
On Friday, Colonel Richard D. McKeon abruptly retired as head of the State Police.
Rei claims she was told to shred and redact reports containing crude statements made by the judge's daughter after she was arrested on Oct. 16 for crashing her car on Interstate 190 in Worcester.
But Rei did not follow the order, according to the lawsuit.