A man and woman who were once in a romantic relationship reached a settlement in a lawsuit with Loews Hollywood Hotel LLC alleging that their intimate experience was judged on Tuesday 15th.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Theresa M. Traber has canceled all future hearings in the July 2019 lawsuit filed by Plaintiffs Paul Breisch and Gina Rasmussen, who also have DMS Facility Services, the Pasadena company that employed the window cleaner , named as the defendant.
The unmarried plaintiffs, who had been together as a couple for eight years, booked on Jan.
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“With Loews’ four-star rating, excellent reputation for privacy, and the hundreds of dollars a night cost, plaintiffs expected a romantic getaway and deep connection in their private room, intruder-free, safe, and secure from the outside world “, It says in the suit.
They began their intimacy with the curtains open “to enjoy the daylight” and “had no reason to expect anyone to intervene in this intensely private interlude,” the complaint reads.
But after a few minutes, Breisch said that out of the corner of his eye he had noticed a window cleaner.
The window washing platform did not move at all, nor did its suspension ropes, which indicated that the suit said it had been in place for an extended period of time.
The grinning window cleaner began lifting the platform when he realized he was being spotted, according to plaintiffs, who claimed he never cleaned the windows but instead focused on them.
Both plaintiffs have since experienced fear and post-traumatic stress disorder and, according to court files, no longer feel comfortable in intimacy even with the blinds closed.
“Their romantic relationship is essentially extinct and they have since ended their relationship completely,” the lawsuit reads.
In their court files, the DMS lawyers stated that the plaintiffs “ignored caution and left their blinds open and exposed themselves to the world”.