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Woman Accused Of Offering 14-Year-Old Boy Sex, Drugs On Plane

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  1. Wanderer
    A Chicago area father is suing Southwest Airlines, alleging his 14-year-old son was forced to sit next to a woman who allegedly made sexual advances toward the boy and offered him illegal drugs during a flight to Florida.

    The suit, filed Monday in Cook County Circuit Court, claims that the flight attendants didn’t protect the boy during the July 13th, 2008 flight from Chicago to Orlando.

    “My client was a 14-year-old little boy when he was aggressively, sexually pursued by an older passenger who offered him drugs, who wanted sex from him,” said Chicago attorney Jeffrey S. Deutschman.

    “He went to the bathroom four times, he asked to move and he was told to take his seat,” Deutschman said.

    The boy was so “shaken” he refused to take the return flight home alone, the suit states.

    “His father had to fly down and bring him back,” Deutschman said.

    The suit claims the airline was negligent and failed to “remove the adult female who was obviously intoxicated and/or under the influence of other drugs.”

    A spokesman for Southwest Airlines declined comment.
    "I do not understand how an airline today, in this post-9-11 world would permit a passenger to be abusive to a small child," Deutschman said.

    The family is seeking at least $50,000 in the personal injury lawsuit.


    LISA DONOVAN
    Cook County Reporter
    Chicago Sun-Times
    July 12, 2010


    http://www.suntimes.com/news/24-7/2490950,southwest-airlines-sued-woman-sex-drugs-boy-071210.article

Comments

  1. QvonB
    «...alleging his 14-year-old son was forced to sit next to a woman who allegedly made sexual advances toward the boy...»

    And what would the little client's evidence be ? His own testimony only ? :s

    ...story sounds a bit plumped to me. Instead of trying to jack «at least $50,000» from an incident that ALLEGEDLY took place in 2008, they had better have their little suing client tested for various possible disorders.

    As far as I know, aircrafts do not allow passengers to go on board or even pass the customs if suspected of being under influence, having weird or aggressive attitude or having been banned previously. I mean every time you purchase a plane ticket they give you a big ass list of rules, disclaimers, etc. and it clearly reads that there as well.

    Then again, a fourteen-year-old boy travelling alone by plane is obviously not that much of a small child, is he ?

    «The boy was so “shaken” he refused to take the return flight home alone...» OH PUHLEASE ! You send your kid by plane and then you want 50 G's for an ALLEGED incident that happened due to your carelessness as a parent ?! Niggah puhlease ! :confused: It is not the flight attendants' job to nurse your child, it is YOURS.

    So yeah, a lot of bullshit here !

    *I should represent the sued woman, I would definitely HAVE A CASE !*
    :laugh:
  2. Wanderer
    Hey SWIM doesn't make the news, just reports it...

    That being said, if SWIM was 14 and on a plane and a good looking woman wanted to entice him into the nasty in the lav, or she wanted "pig in a blanket" ;) then it would almost have been the answer to his prayers.

    Maybe she was a substantially older woman and not particularly attractive, but hey, what does SWIM know?
  3. QvonB
    HaHa, I hear ya brother ! :p

    Nah, I know SWIw didn't make the news, I actually liked the news posted. :) And was only presenting my POV when I said it was bullsheeeit.... :vibes:
  4. spritezero
    I wish I was that 14 year old boy, that it really happened and $50,000 damages haha oh no scared for life. Even if it really DID happen $500 is more appropriate.
  5. godztear
    14 year olds are not as naive as this lawyer is trying to present. Especially if the parent trusts them enough to fly alone on a cross country flight.

    This little man could have made it to the mile high club first before trying to pursue a law suit. Air planes are small on the inside. If this lady was offering drugs and sex to the boy sitting next to her, someone would hear it eventually...especially considering that he made such a big ordeal about it supposedly.
  6. Whitenash
    At 14 SWIM used to pop pills and smoke blunts. Why do these things only happen to other people :(
  7. QvonB
    ^ LOL ! True, these things only happen to people who don't deserve ANY fun ! :laugh:
  8. PsychoActivist
    I say they give the kid a medal! This would have been SWIPA's dream at 14 :laugh:

    But no seriously, I mean, if the older woman was good looking, what 14 year old in their right mind would not have taken advantage of this this oppurtunity. I suppose the drug thing is a little out of line, yes. After all I'm sure it was most likely cocaine, some type of amphetamine. In this case I certainly don't think any of this is something a 14 year old should be experimenting with.
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