The Gaslamp Killer Legal Case Against Rape Claim

The Gaslamp Killer Legal Case Against Rape Claim

The Gaslamp Killer, genuine name William Bensussen, is suing a lady who a month ago blamed him for assaulting both her and a companion.

As already detailed, Chelsea Tadros as of late posted on Twitter saying that she and a companion had been medicated and assaulted by Bensussen after they met at a gathering in 2013.

She said that he had come and addressed them in the wake of perceiving her companion RaeAn Medina, who he had met beforehand at a celebration.

She at that point guarantees that he gave them both sedated drinks, after which she says she passed out, with just a couple of recollections of what occurred next.

In an ensuing proclamation, Bensussen denied assault, saying that he and the two ladies had consensually had intercourse.

In his claim, acquired by TMZ, Bensussen names Tadros, RaeAn Medina and a man they both know as respondents. He says that he has a witness who saw him purchase drinks for the ladies, who will affirm that he didn’t mess with them.

He likewise guarantees that it was the ladies who at first propositioned him, as opposed to the a different way.

The third respondent is supposedly named on the claim since he has kept on attesting Tadros’ cases on the web. The artist is looking for unspecified harms.

The Gaslamp Killer Legal Case Against Rape Claim was last modified: November 14th, 2017 by Amanda Keough

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