Two JetBlue pilots have been accused of drugging three female crew members during a layover in Puerto Rico in 2018 reports Huff Post. The alleged victims' names have not been released. HuffPost cites a lawsuit filed against pilots Eric Johnson and Dan Watson, who allegedly drugged the three women and then raped two of them. The sexual assault allegedly took place during a one-night layover in May 2018, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. According to the lawsuit, which was filed by the common anonymous aliases Jane Doe 1 and Jane Doe 2, the two pilots approached the three women while on the beach. Johnson and Watson offered the ladies opened beer after they all discerned they worked for the same company. The lawsuit claims the beer was laced with drugs that caused the rest of the day to be a "blur."
Doe 1 claims she “was unable to react to the situation” because of the drugs, but she was “aware that it was happening." She remembers flashes of the day, which, “included Johnson having sexual intercourse with the other crew member who was also under the influence of the drugs,” according to the suit. After allegedly raping Doe 1 and the other crew member, the lawsuit claims that Johnson stated, “Thank you for making my fantasy come true.” Doe 2 claims in the lawsuit that the pilots drugged her with “the intent of sexually assaulting and raping her,” but did not because she began vomiting, which was “a turnoff." The women are suing because, “no corrective action was ever taken" by JetBlue. Jane Doe 1 and 2 are requesting $75,000 each and also coverage of lawyer and court fees. Check out the lawsuit below.
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