Woman sues online dating site username for dating site ideas for life
“Things quickly turned into a nightmare, beyond my control.” And as Anna North points out on Jezebel, the “tips” from – suggestions to meet in public, stay sober, and tell a friend what was happening – wouldn’t necessarily have helped in this situation.
At the same time, it does seem bizarre that the woman wouldn’t have Googled the man she was going on a date with.
– A Los Angeles entertainment executive is suing an online dating site for failing to screen out a man who she says sexually assaulted her.
The woman is seeking an injunction barring from signing members until it begins a process to filter out sex predators like her alleged attacker, who has a history of conviction for sexual battery, said her attorney.
The plaintiff, a Los Angeles entertainment executive identified as “Jane Doe,” says she was raped by a man she met on
Her attorney will ask for a temporary injunction against Match.com, barring them from signing up new members until they start complying with his client’s requests.
Match.com, however, says that they provide their users with dating tips, and that although this is a horrible incident, the users are ultimately responsible to screening the people that they meet.
There was no reason for Adam Hilarie to believe anything but the obvious: He had just been on a promising first date with a pretty girl.
For her role in the deadly robbery of Adam Hilarie, Bustos was paid in cash, police said.
Johnny Jackson told The Post that Hilarie, his brother, took Bustos to the same bowling alley the siblings used to go to as kids.
Bustos, 18, brought three men with her to Hilarie's place, including two career criminals on probation for violent felonies. When Hilarie, 27, responded to the knock on the door, the men overpowered him and dashed inside, police said. "Hilarie was begging for his life, he was not putting up any kind of fight, and was telling them that he had a 5-year-old daughter," according to arrest reports obtained by the Orlando Sentinel.
Hilarie was shot in the head and collapsed on the kitchen floor, Auburndale's Deputy Police Chief Andy Ray told The Post."Things quickly turned into a nightmare, beyond my control." She was stunned to discover in a subsequent Web search that the man had been convicted of several counts of sexual battery.