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JetBlue pilots are drugged, raped the female members of the crew are sick ‘fantasy’ assault, lawsuit claims

Earlier this week, Jane Doe #1 of Riverton, Utah, and Jane Doe #2, Fort Worth, Texas, an indictment was filed in federal court in New York.
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Two JetBlue crew staff members are suing the airline and two of the male pilots for allegedly drugging and raping them – and another female colleague during a stopover in Puerto Rico last year, in a “fantasy” sexual assault, that gave one of the victims of the SOA.

The plaintiffs are seeking at least $75,000 in damages in connection with the alleged May 2018 attack.

Earlier this week, Jane Doe #1 of Riverton, Utah, and Jane Doe #2, Fort Worth, Texas, filed a lawsuit in a federal district court in New York, claims that JetBlue pilots Eric Johnson and Watson attacked the three women during a stopover at the Intercontinental Hotel in San Juan, the NY Daily News.

According to the lawsuit, Johnson and Watson met the three women on the beach on May 9, during the stop-over. After telling the trio that she worked for JetBlue, the men gave the crew of the flight staff beers and a lunch bag, which the women consumed, are not aware that the drinks were allegedy laced with drugs.

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“The rest of the night was a haze for [the women],” the lawsuit states, and they soon found themselves back in the hotel with the pilots.
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“The rest of the night was a haze for [the women],” the lawsuit states, and they soon found themselves back in the hotel with the pilots.

Although Watson is said to be “to the left of the scene after having scratches,” Doe #1 says she remembers hazily woke up to Johnson to rape her.

“[Her] flashes of memory included Johnson have sexual intercourse with the other [third] member of the crew who was also under the influence of drugs,” the suit claims.

Although the pilots “intended to rape” Do #2, she started vomiting and was spared from the attack as her nausea “was a branch,” the court documents continue.

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After the attack, Johnson reportedly told the couple, “Thank you for making my fantasy come true.”

While on a flight to Newark, N. J., the following morning, the plantiffs reported feeling “dazed and stunned” as they are “expressed to each other that they were shocked” by the turn of events.
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While on a flight to Newark, N. J., the following morning, the plantiffs reported feeling “dazed and stunned” as they are “expressed to each other that they were shocked” by the turn of events.

After flying home to Utah, Do #1 tested positive for the human papillomavirus (HPV), that they could only have contracted from defendant Johnson,” according to the suit.

Already Do #1 and Doe #2 reported the attack to JetBlue’s corporate headquarters, and the company was “cites to investigate the matter, no corrective action was ever taken again,” the documents claim.

Now, the two women are suing for at least $ 75,000 each in damages, in addition to the fees of the lawyer and the cost, according to the New York Post.

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Lawyer Abraham Z. Melamed, of Derek Smith Law Group, offered Fox News the following statement on behalf of its clients:

“What happened with my clients is really awful, and JetBlue is not taking corrective action is horrible. I am hopeful that the courage of my clients will bring about some real change, and inspire others who have been silenced to come forward,” Melamed said on March 21. “We look forward to getting justice.”

Reps for JetBlue, meanwhile, told Fox News that, although she could not comment on ongoing litigation, the airline takes allegations of violent or inappropriate behavior very seriously and investigates such claims thoroughly.”

“We work to a respectful workplace for all our employees, where they feel welcome and safe,” a spokesman said.

In similar headlines, last year, a British Airways employee was accused of rape of a senior flight attendant during a stop in Singapore in March. Weeks later, a SkyWest flight attendant also accused a pilot of drugging and raping her during a stopover. In November, a captain who previously flew Alaska Airlines, and was accused of raping his female co-pilot during a night called up the woman and the airline, claiming that he was wrongfully terminated in the middle of “false #MeToo claims” in a “negligence, lack of research.”

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