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NFL player sues United Airlines, alleges woman sexually assaulted him on flight
An NFL player said he was sexually harassed and assaulted by a female passenger on a United Airlines flight and accused two flight attendants of failing to properly respond to his complaints.
The incident happened during a late-night plane ride in February from Los Angeles to Newark, New Jersey, according to a lawsuit filed on Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
The unnamed athlete, who filed the suit with another unidentified man, alleges that the woman made "unwanted advances" toward him and inappropriately touched him during the flight.
Below Deck: Sailing Yacht (2020-)
The dysfunctional guests creeped and Popeye politely reprimanded Olive Oyl for spending too much time on Adam's face and she reciprocated by using her female empowerment to rampage against her underlings and proclaiming that man worship prioritizes all job responsibilities. 19-May-2020
Adam got horny again.
Women are impeded from good work with a penis in their face.
Madison's stab at Kim and Kanye, beheaded.
Happy deck's pajama bulge might warrant why he's happy.
Ciara couldn't curtail her man so she turned in a female colleague. Brava! That's empowerment. 11-May-2020
Captain had his spinach and almost blew the boat over.
Madison only bitched for half the show. Joy.
Georgia needs to drop her mic.
Parker in his skivvies. I think I found Georgia's mic.
Jenna was groundhogging... miscommunication with man, over and over.
Come on Ciara, you can take her.
Adam. He only found his trousers after cuming inside Jenna. She is safe until the next cycle.
A dangerous threesome is about to explode. May the best woman win? Really?
Georgia, you shouldn't flirt if it changes the flow.
Madison appeared to be chill, creating negative balls of energy to allow us to perceive and laugh at the ridiculous circumstances they are in but she's being ghost boated because she truly truly believes it.
Byron doesn't talk much but gives the impression that he's always thinking about sex.
Adam didn't realize that women appreciate the money put into getting them flowers. It has nothing to do with flowers.
There is way too much happiness emanating from the new deck.
The boat was stocked with super Cleopatras on tiptoe allowing macho toxicity to beg for something women no longer give. The primary pulled away from a hug before giving it and handed the captain the envelope on the second reach. That felt very supreme.
Alas, the best was saved for last, as the cameraman went Hitchcock and directed Adam's rampage like the conversations Norman Bates had with his mother. If it was true, it was sadly hilarious. 28-Apr-2020
Money solved all their problems.
The only funny the brutes laid out was calling chef, Ted Bundy. The saddest thing chef did was exhibit why. 17-Mar-2020
The chugalug got invaded by woke tacks radiating American political correctness as growled on social media. They use the black guy to intimidate the boat, they have no respect for work, time, money or sex and the show needs to punish them for it. I know that cameramen don't interfere but under these circumstances they have to. Is that a rule now?
(I think the chief stew and the chef get paid extra to hookup.) 10-Mar-2020
Sailing is an experience that whelms whilst you're doing it. Watching people and things keel over only titillates once.
The crew is intent on capturing attention but they are bland fish hooked on a line.
Pro reproduction banishment conversations are welcome. 26-Feb-2020
If travel is, indeed, an essential for knowledge and cultural suction, why not visit the communities? You'll contribute much needed funds to the poor and America, it's very cheap, your heartbeat will rise and you'll eat real food. You will drown in color and once your children take a breath of organic suffering, they will behave throughout their stay. When you return to your podium, you'll understand and better explain our struggle, without presumption. 18-May-2020
District Attorney, law enforcement will make presentation on reducing violent crime and gang activity
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - District Attorney Ben David said he could not speak directly to the pending case of three teens charged with first-degree murder in a shooting that led to a fatal car crash on Oleander Drive, but he did say his office is working with law enforcement on an initiative to further combat violent crime and gang activity in the Cape Fear.
David said his office, along with the Wilmington Police Department and New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office, will be making a presentation about the effort in the coming weeks.
He acknowledged there has been an increase in violent crime in the Port City in recent years, gang-related and otherwise, and said the goal of the new program will be to combine efforts of enforcement, prevention, and intervention.
In particular, he said they want to focus on creating an environment where those who are victimized will report to law enforcement, rather than attempting to get justice themselves.
“What we’re seeing now is where people are taking the law sometimes into their own hands instead of reporting that crime, so today’s victim becomes tomorrow’s defendant. And we’re seeing this, this never-ending cycle of violence,” he said.
Another issue his office has faced is the lack of cooperation among witnesses to crimes.
Deranged attacker stabs San Antonio trans woman to death because “God told him to”
N.Y. Pregnant Woman and Boyfriend Are Killed in Botched Home Invasion with Girl, 1, Nearby
MTA worker sexually assaulted by perv who broke into conductor’s cab, cops say
An Elementary School Repeatedly Dismissed Allegations Against Its Principal. Then, an FBI Agent Pretended to Be a 13-Year-Old Girl.
Victoria Crime Stoppers is requesting information regarding an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
Orangeburg teen accused of killing 17-year-old on Whitman Street
KCKPD receives federal grant for violent crime task force
Battery, 'Mob Action', Strangulation: Lake County Crime Reports
Man arrested in Gibsonburg on sex crime charges from Las Vegas
Higher fares, longer waits, no booze: How coronavirus will change the way we fly
Higher ticket prices, temperature checks before boarding, and no inflight alcohol: Airline travel in the post-coronavirus era will look very different from the low-cost "getaway" trips of the past — and you should probably pack your lunch.
Indian woman gang raped after quarantined alone in school: police
An Indian woman was allegedly gang raped in a school in the desert state of Rajasthan where she had been quarantined for a night by the police amid the nationwide coronavirus lockdown, a police official said on Sunday.
The incident occurred last week when the victim, a daily wage earner, sought shelter at a police station after walking alone for miles and losing the way to her native village.
In the absence of a quarantine centre, local police housed her for the night in a school building, where she was allegedly raped by three men.
Father in custody after 5-year-old shot self in hand, police say
American Golf Pro and Girlfriend Killed in Mexico, Where They'd Been Quarantining amid Coronavirus
2-Year-Old Pennsylvania Boy Dead After Being Beaten, Sexually Abused By Mother's Boyfriend
Predator, 24, who followed a mother-of-two back to her house then raped her in her hallway as her children listened is jailed for 16 years
Lawsuit against Honolulu school alleges sex abuse by coach
Authorities Searching For Missing Man, His Stepdaughter And Her Boyfriend After Finding Evidence Of ‘Foul Play’
California man guilty of killing 4 in race-related rampage
Airline passenger describes packed flight to NYC surrounded by people not wearing masks
A Manhattan woman who flew on an American Airlines flight from Miami to LaGuardia says she was shocked that the flight was packed full — and about half the passengers did not wear masks despite the coronavirus pandemic.
How airplane seats could look in the post-coronavirus era
Travelers are booking flights again despite coronavirus lockdown
Wanderlust is alive and well despite the coronavirus lockdown.
Frequent flyers such as Ami Horowitz are beginning to book flights in what could be the first sign that life is getting back to normal after weeks of stay-at-home orders, social distancing warnings — and dashed travel plans.
Prior to the quarantine, Horowitz, 46, rarely went a few weeks without hopping on a plane. But the jet-setting filmmaker who lives on the Upper West Side has put at least five trips on hold since the COVID-19 pandemic first broke.
“Everything’s been pretty much on hold,” he tells The Post. Until now.
NY, NJ airports have highest number of TSA employees testing positive for coronavirus
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