Lawsuit: Two Adult Cruise Passengers Assault Minor on Independence of the Seas

Surveillance video on Royal Caribbean's Independence of the Seas shows an attack on a 13 year old boy by two adult passengers. The men, identified by local Miami news station NBC 4 as Martinez and Lawson, corner the teenager in the ship's library, before pinning him against the bookcase. The boy had apparently made an inappropriate comment earlier during the cruise to to Lawson's daughter (Martinez's niece). In retaliation, the men confronted the minor, with Martinez taking off his shirt and sexually assaulting the minor, according to the article titled Teen’s Assault on Cruise Ship Caught on Surveillance Camera. The minor's mother reportedly said about the attack on her son: "He physically punched him, choked him, smothered his face in the pillow, pulled his clothes off, was on top of my son." The Sun Sentinel covered the disturbing story shortly after it occurred back in January of 2016.  The family of the boy is represented by…

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