CBS Detroit - There is a lawsuit out by a Detroit woman who says a pastor at a North Carolina church urinated on her while on a flight earlier this month. According to The Detroit News, Alicia Beverly, 25 of Detroit has hired Geoffrey Fieger to represent her in the lawsuit.
According to the Charlotte Observer and The Detroit News, Beverly was on a Delta flight with her sister from Las Vegas to Detroit. Also on the plane was a North Carolina Pastor named Daniel Chalmers. Chalmers is reported to have had "a couple of drinks" and was on prescription meds. As Beverly was sleeping on the flight she awoke to the feeling of something warm on her. According to the police report, (the victim) "woke up feeling something warm on her body and when she looked up to her right, she observed Mr. Chalmers standing next to her shaking his exposed penis. (She) stated that she then noticed that Mr. Chalmers urinated on her and she started screaming."
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Alicia Beverly is seeking $2 million in a lawsuit filed in Wayne County Circuit Court against the pastor and the church he worked for, for commiting acts of negligence, gross negligence, willful and wanton misconduct, sexual assualt and battery and infliction of emotional dsitress. In a statement reported by the Detroit News, Fieger said "It is difficult to believe that a church would hire a Pastor who boarded a plane drunk and has a proclivity to urinate on passengers. Considering the times we are living in, nothing surprises me anymore,".
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