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American woman claims to be raped in the plane

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American woman claims to be raped in the plane

Post by rocky on Sun Nov 04, 2018 4:22 am

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A US woman has sued a US airline for being raped by a drunken passenger in a jetty while the company denied the allegations, saying it was working to provide security for all passengers.

A US woman has sued a US airline for failing to protect her because she was raped by a drunken passenger who was on board the same plane, the Sun newspaper reported on Saturday (November 3, 2018). She said.

The site explained that Aubrey L.. A 32-year-old passenger who allegedly followed her to the toilet in the plane and assaulted her. He said the US plane was flying from Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, to New York City in June last year.

According to the same source, the American woman claims that the passenger who attacked her was clearly drunk when he boarded the plane. He added that the crew still continued to serve him (about six times). He said the woman told the crew what she had been exposed to in the jetty, but that the crew simply took her to the back of the plane.

In the same vein, the Dallas News reported that women from Colorado rushed to the hospital as soon as the plane landed in New York. He added that the alleged assailant had not been arrested.

Hamburg-based German newspaper Morgan Post reported that the American woman later complained to the airline about what she had been exposed to. He added that the American company offered it $ 5000 in compensation for the "inconvenience", which was on board the plane, and surprised the complainant from the position of the company and then decided to go to court.

"We want all our customers to have a safe and positive travel experience with us, and we are very concerned about any allegations of misconduct on board our aircraft or any of our facilities," the airline said in a statement. .

"If our crew discovers or has been informed of any alleged and illegal misconduct that may occur on the aircraft, the competent authorities are contacted, intervening as soon as the aircraft arrives at the airport."


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