SEATTLE, Nov. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, reports today that a 25-year-old Manhattan nursing student is suing the city for $3 million, alleging that the NYPD cops who flew to Seattle to interview her about a sexual assault took her out drinking and tried to have sex with her. The victim had reported a sexual assault that occurred in January of 2013 to the NYPD in June of 2013 – after she had gone home to Seattle to be with her family. NYPD Lt. Adam Lamboy and Detective Lukasz Skorzewski flew to Seattle to interview her about the reported sexual assault, but at a follow-up meeting, she claims they instead "pressured her into drinking with them," according to the suit. She also added that the cops persuaded her to spend the night at their hotel after the evening of drinking, and Skorzewski got into bed with her. According to the NY Post, the suit states that Skorzewski "persistently kissed and fondled her while trying to get his hands into her pants for the next 20 to 30 minutes."
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Chris Janish, CEO of Legal-Bay, commented on the recent suit, "Cases of this nature are very disturbing if true. Unfortunately, as we have seen with sexual abuse victims, it takes many years for a case like this to be resolved, either through settlement or at trial. We hope that the parties can come to a resolution that works for everyone."
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