Jasmine Eiland and his solicitor, L. Chris Stewart, said at a news conference that the club, who was hosting a concert on January 20, did not have enough security and due to the negligence of Opera that was sexually being attacked on the dance floor as She was a birthday party on Facebook Live.
As Stewart tells the video of reporters, he says that a man who drew Eiland through the crowd after the first attack showed that his clients seemed to have overcome his tears and helped her out of the room for a while.
Stewart said that the man attacked her twice – once on the dance floor and again in an area outside of outside borders.
Eiland, from the St. Louis, in Atlanta on January 20 to celebrate and a man who was pushing her, said he.
"She went from coherently, having fun … to be out of it," he said.
She is noticing the club for failing to provide her safety.
"They chose a profit on the protection of Atlanta people," he said.
Eiland spoke briefly, saying that she was reassured and bullied after the incident.
"I'm going to fight each other. I'm a victim but I'm a survivor," she said.
She said she decided to speak in public and identify herself to help other women.
"I decided I was not coming forward and I put forward, what would the next woman do?" she said.
There is a doubt in the prison. Dominique Williams, 34, held a week after the police got a warrant to arrest him for serious sodium charges.
Solicitor to Williams, Shequel Ross, said in late January in a statement sent to her Instagram account that he kept his innocence.
"These allegations are false, and the evidence will create that our client should always be charged."
Williams looked at court Wednesday for a pre-hearing when a judge found that there was a probable cause for the softening allegation and a new rape charge for 2018 that was associated with another woman.
The prosecutors will take the cases to a big jury.
According to a police report dated January 20, a woman reported that an incident had occurred on Facebook Live that indicated that "black women were wearing her chest and may be" inaccurate " She screamed ", stop. & # 39;"
The Officers were unable to find a victim when they came to an Opera night club later thereafter, according to the incident report. Then an official watched the vision and saw that it was recorded about an hour before the arrival of officials, the report said.
"In the video, you can hear the women clearly saying, & stop; help me, & # 39;" says the incident report.
The Facebook video was built shortly after the incident. A spokesman for the company told CNN that Facebook does not "provide material that shows sexual violence or assault."
This report was launched by Dakin Andone, Dave Alsup, Pierre Meilhan and Justin Gamble CNN.
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