Parents of Missing 20 Year Old Lauren Spierer File Civil Lawsuit against Three Former College Male Students who Were the Last Individuals to See Their Daughter Alive
The parents of 20 year old Lauren missing University of Indiana student Spierer have filed a civil law suit against three former college students who were the last known men to see their daughter alive. The law suit was filed against Corey E. Rossman, Jason Issac Rosenbaum and Michael B. Beth. According to the law suit, the Spierer’s believe the actions and inaction’s of the three men may have resulted in their daughter’s disappearance and possible death.
“Spierer’s abandonment in an intoxicated and disoriented state in the early morning hours of June 3, 2011, in an area known for criminal acts contributed to her disappearance, and presumed injuries and death,” the lawsuit states.
The Spierers are suing Rossman, Rosenbaum and Beth on grounds of negligence that resulted in the disappearance, death or injury of an adult child, and are seeking damages against the three men for allegedly providing alcohol to someone who was clearly intoxicated.
Lauren Spierer has been missing since June 3, 2011 in Bloomington, Indiana.
The complaint can be read HERE.
Missing Lauren Spierer
The parents of missing 20-year-old Lauren Spierer are suing the three former college students who were the last men known to see their daughter alive, the family’s attorney tells FoxNews.com.
Spierer, a sophomore at Indiana University from Greenburgh, N.Y., disappeared two years ago from downtown Bloomington after a night of partying with a group of friends and acquaintances.
Robert and Charlene Spierer claim in their civil lawsuit that their daughter’s last known interaction with the men — Corey Rossman, Mike Beth and Jay Rosenbaum — resulted in her “disappearance, death or injury,” according to attorney Jason Barclay.
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