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Law: Vacation Nightmare Lawsuit / Sandals #1133138

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 17, 2018
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Studio: Amy Robach) Charges companies like Sandals Resorts pressured tourists about cases of sexual assault of them by employees examined; details given about the case of Ashley & Jeff Pascarella†; Sandals ad shown; details given from the "Detroit Free Press" story on the assaults at Caribbean resorts. [Plaintiff Amy PASCARELLA - describes what happened to her.] [Reporter Tresa BALDAS†- talks about the company agreement proposals.] [Sandals Resorts International chairman Adam STEWART†- says there are about 10 lawsuits; comments on company security protocols.] The plea from the butler who assaulted Ashley Pascarella discussed.

Muir, David;
Robach, Amy

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