Woman alleges rights were violated when she was asked to leave Sleep Inn

By Carrie Bradon | Jun 3, 2019

CHARLESTON – A Milton woman alleges she felt discriminated against by a hotel after a shower chair malfunctioned and she was asked to leave.

Rebecca A. Goodman filed a complaint in Kanawha Circuit Court against Sleep Inn Cross Lanes West Virginia and others.

The suit states that the plaintiff was a guest at the defendant's facility when she was injured. The plaintiff alleges she was using a shower chair which malfunctioned when the screws detached from the wall and the plaintiff was caused to fall on the floor, injuring her back. The plaintiff alleges that she was threatened by the hotel security, who said that she would be arrested if she did not leave the facility. The plaintiff claims that she fully cooperated with the request. 

The plaintiff alleges that her "mental illness rights" were violated and that she felt she was subjected to discrimination.

The plaintiff is representing herself.

The case has been assigned to Judge Charles King.

Kanawha Circuit Court case number 19-C-392 

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