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A woman claims she was sexually assaulted by a drunk man after he’s been over-served alcohol by the flight attendants.
According to the woman, and flight attendants continued to serve the man alcohol, but even after she complained about his behavior. She also claims that he sexually abused her a number of inappropriate comments.
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She is now suing American Airlines for $6 million.
The incident allegedly took place Nov. 9, 2018, on an American Airlines flight from London to Dallas, NBC5 reports. The victim, whose name was not reported, because they have been the victim of a sexual assault, was sitting in a window seat next to the alleged groper, who, she says, that she didn’t know.
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They claim that the human being, the behavior will start just fine, but he started to make crude comments. He is reported to have made offensive remarks about her drinking it from a glass of milk, and loudly declared that the two of them were going to have sex in a plane bathroom.
A woman is claiming that another passenger sexually abused her on a flight once, he was served by the flight attendants. The woman is suing the airline for $6 million.
The woman says she complained about the man’s behavior from the air hostesses, but they were still to serve him drinks.
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At one point, the drunken man and put a blanket over her, and grabbed her several times. When the woman tried to get up and leave, he allegedly grabbed her and said, “Please don’t divorce me!”
After this, the female was moved to a different seat, NBC5 reports. Authorities have, reportedly, met the plane when it landed and the accused groper was escorted from the plane, but he was not charged with any crime.
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In a statement, obtained by NBC5, a spokesman for American Airlines said: “We want to provide all our customers with a safe, positive travel experience with us. We are deeply troubled by any allegation of misconduct to the board or at any of our facilities.”
The statement continues, “as well As our staff, to discover, to learn about alleged illegal acts of misconduct, which can arise on the plane, law enforcement will be contacted and will be meeting the aircraft on arrival. In the event of any misconduct between the two passengers, we will immediately separate it, and to seek the enforcement of the law will meet the plane, which is our standard protocol. It is up to the court to determine what, if any criminal activity took place.”
A spokesman for American Airlines, do not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.