The Atlanta woman in Atlanta's nightclub has sexually alleged sex assault on Facebook Live

A woman has to record her alleged sexual assault on a dance floor using Facebook Live making Atlanta's favorite nightclub, claiming neglect.

Filed with Jasmine Eiland, 30, a Monday against Atlanta Opera, as well as unplanned owners, security companies and security personnel, a lawyer said Tuesday.

The suitcase filed in the County Fulton State Court says that the club failed to provide adequate security and security last month, when Eiland says she has sexually attacked the dance floor and again in an excluded area, outside the borders .

"Something like that should not happen in a night club," said lawyer Eiland, L. Chris Stewart, on the telephone on Tuesday, adding to the interviews with the former staff and those who were there that night The club had as much security as it was supposed to.

"It's really a case that they chose to choose a profit over protection," Stewart said.

The opera representative of Atlanta by Tuesday did not respond to a traffic-seeking email.

The Associated Press does not usually recognize alleged victims of sexual assault, but Eiland said he wanted to go to the public. A lawyer said she'd like to address the intense online evaluation and rumors she has faced with, and give strength to other victims to come forward.

Eiland, who lives in Illinois, went to Opera on January 19 for a concert by the hip-hop singer, August Alsina. She launched dance. Later, she can see she is talking to help in a slurred voice, screaming repeatedly "help me" and "stop" with tears rolling her down as she continued recording and posting the video in real time.

Opera Atlanta issued a statement a few days later saying that the club "gave everything" to the police and would support the investigation in any way.

Dominique Williams was arrested and he noted that there was a serious chest in the alleged assault and was secured in Fulton County prison on January 29. He stayed in prison on Tuesday and no bond was settled.

Dominique Williams, 34

Her lawyer, Shequel Ross, did not return a phone message on Tuesday seeking traffic, but she asked earlier on Rolling Out that their clients are trying to make a sexual assault on Eiland.

The Eiland lawsuit says that Opera Atlanta failed to provide a safe environment, he did not have enough guards and his guards failed to train properly.

"Jasmine Eiland was sexually assaulted on the dance floor and no mutual securities as she was clear in the outdoors and outdoors," says the case.

The law claims a jury trial and asks medical and legal expenses, as well as compensation and punitive damages.

Eiland said she was unable to work or interact with her husband and her children since the alleged assault.

"I was about a rock," she said in a telephone interview. "I'm feeling myself."

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