JetBlue pilots accused of drugging and raping two airline workers during ...

JetBlue pilots accused of drugging and raping two airline workers during layover in Puerto Rico, leaving one of the women with an STD The Brooklyn suit, filed on Monday, says that three JetBlue crew members met Flight Officers Eric Johnson and Dan Watson on May 9 in San Juan Two women and an unidentified third member went back to the Intercontinental Hotel with the pilots and enjoyed beers with them Jane Doe 1 - from Riverton, Utah - claims that Johnson raped her and the third crew member in the hotel  Jane Doe 2 - from Fort Worth, Texas - says that she became ill from the drugs and was repeatedly puking The woman from Riverton said that Johnson also gave her HPV  JetBlue said that it took 'allegations of violent or inappropriate behavior very seriously and investigates such claims thoroughly' 

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Published: 00:08 GMT, 21 March 2019 | Updated: 00:08 GMT, 21 March 2019

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A Brooklyn suit filed on Monday says that Flight Officers Eric Johnson and Dan Watson drugged and raped two crew members in San Juan on May 9

A Brooklyn suit filed on Monday says that Flight Officers Eric Johnson and Dan Watson drugged and raped two crew members in San Juan on May 9

Two JetBlue pilots are said to have raped a pair of airline workers during a layover in Puerto Rico and even left one of the women with an STD, according to a new lawsuit. 

The Brooklyn suit alleges that on May 9 in San Juan, crew members met Flight Officers Eric Johnson and Dan Watson on the beach. 

The women starting drinking beers with the men once learning that they were pilots with JetBlue, the suit reads according to the New York Post.   

'The beer was laced with a drug, and after that point, the rest of the night became a blur for [the women],' the lawsuit reads. It was filed on Monday.

Both women and a third crew member wound up at the

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