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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“Find Lauren Day” … Hundreds of Volunteers Turn Out to Search for Missing Indiana University Student Lauren Spierer
On Saturday, hundreds of volunteers turned out on “Find Lauren Day” to search for missing Lauren Spierer. However, despite the efforts of volunteer and professional searchers Lauren Spierer was not found, nor were any clues to her disappearance. 20 year old Indiana University student Lauren Spierer has been missing since June 3, 2011. Sadly, police stated just one day prior that they were no closer to finding Lauren than they were three weeks ago.
More than 500 people, creating more than 50 search parties, joined in the hunt for missing 20-year-old Indiana University student Lauren Spierer during Saturday’s “Find Lauren Day.” Spierer has been missing since June 3.
And despite the efforts of hundreds of volunteers and professional searchers on Saturday, she remained missing as the last of the day’s groups returned to search headquarters at McNutt residence hall early Saturday evening.
A visibly exhausted Robert Spierer, clad in camouflage-print pants and a navy blue Yankees T-shirt, said they still had not found his daughter by 4:30 p.m. They’ll try again Sunday, he said as he was leaving McNutt.
Despite the lack of results in finding their daughter, the parents of Lauren Spierer are determined to locate her.Her parents stated their is much more work to be done.
The Search & Investigation Continues for Missing Indiana University Student Lauren Spierer … Corey Rossman Claims Memory Loss
It has been one week since 20 year old Lauren Spierer went missing. Spierer was last seen Friday, June 3, 2011 at 4:30 AM in Bloomington, IN. Sadly, she has not been seen or heard from since.
Searches have continued for the missing college coed to no avail. Several of the people who Lauren Spierer was with before she disappeared have been questioned. Some have been repeatedly questioned and some received polygraph tests. As stated at FOX 59, the police have finally gone on record that Spierer was in an altercation with Corey Rossman prior to her going missing.
Fox59 News had previously learned police have searched the car of Lauren’s friend, the man she was last seen with before she vanished. Officers have finally gone on record saying there was a fight in Lauren’s building involving that same friend and friends of Lauren’s boyfriend. Bloomington police have firmly said Lauren was not involved in the fight but would not say for certain whether she was there when her friend was punched in the face.
However, the individual, Corey Rossman, that Lauren Spierer was last seen with alive claims he is suffering from memory loss. Convenient, eh? Rossman’s attorney claims that his client was punched and suffered memory loss. Rossman claims the first memory he has is the next morning when he wakes up in his bed, and that’s corroborated by several people. Hmm.
Two hours before Spierer vanished, surveillance cameras captured her coming from Kilroy Sports Bar back to her apartment building with a friend, Corey Rossman. The cameras captured a scuffle between Rossman and another young man at the Smallwood Plaza apartment building complex.
20 Year Old University of Indiana Sophmore Lauren Spierer Missing Since June 3, 2011 in Bloomington, IN
LAUREN SPIERER MISSING IN BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA …
20 year old Lauren Spierer, a University if Indiana sophomore, has been missing since Friday, June 3, 2011 in Bloomington, Indiana. Lauren Spierer was last seen at about 4:30 AM. Witnesses say she was walking from 11th Street toward her apartment building at 8th and College Avenue, she was 3 blocks away and vanished. She had been hanging out with friends at Kilroy’s Sports Bar. Police say she wasn’t wearing shoes after a night out. She never arrived at her apartment and according to reports, video footage does not show her entering the apartment complex.
Missing Poster: Lauren Spierer
Lauren is originally from Westchester County near Scarsdale, NY. She had just finished her sophomore year at IU and had planned to stay in Bloomington for part of this summer to take a course at Ivy Tech Community College before starting an internship at the clothing store Anthropologie in New York City
- 20 year old white female
- 4 feet 11 inches tall
- weighs between 90 and 100 pounds, slender build
- blue eyes
- blond hair just below the shoulder
- last seen walking barefoot
- She had on a white tank-top with a loose light-colored button shirt and black stretch pants
According to her mother, Lauren Spierer has a life threatening heart condition known as Long QT Syndrome and requires medication. Spierer’s mother has asked that if anyone knows where her daughter is, to please take her to the hospital. According to the VIDEO below, the parents were searching in the woods because they were told to. Hmm, she went missing in the city of Bloomington, yet parents told to search wooded areas? In none of the reports has there been any reference of cell phone activity; however, the police department told her parents they had custody of their daughter’s phone and wallet. According to news reports, there were conflicting reports stating the items were found in either her friend’s house or the bar. What would prompt a wooded search, based on what info?
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Lauren Spierer, please call the police department at 812-339-4477.
More information and updates can be found at Scared Monkeys Missing Persons forum: Lauren Spierer.
UPDATE I: Map of Bloomington, IN area of place last scene.
Registered Sex Offenders in area.
UPDATE II: Key aspects of Lauren’s movements the morning she went missing. Question, who let’s a 4′ 11”, 90 lb girl walk home alone? Although, its a rather curious set of circumstances that here wallet and cell phone are in the possession of the police.
Spierer’s apartment is only a block and a half away from Kilroy’s Sports, and the last place she was seen, the intersection of 11th Street and College Avenue, is another two and a half blocks away.
Her known locations are all within a three-block radius of her apartment. Video footage at the Smallwood apartment complex shows that she never made it home.
The police department told her parents they had custody of their daughter’s phone and wallet. There were conflicting reports stating the items were found in either her friend’s house or the bar. The Spierers stayed at a downtown hotel Saturday night.