Delaware Woman Who Survived Vicious Beating in Dominican Republic Sues Resort for $3 Million

A Delaware mom who said she survived a savage beating at a Dominican Republic resort earlier this year has sued the tourist spot for a staggering $3 million, according to a new report.

Tammy Lawrence-Daley, 51, of Wilmington, is suing Majestic Resorts, the parent company of the Majestic Elegance Punta Cana, for “justice” and “accountability” following her claims that she was beaten, strangled and left for dead during her January stay there, the Delaware News Journal reported.

She’s also seeking compensation for “permanent, life-changing injuries,” according to a press release from her lawyers obtained by the News Journal.

“Mrs. Lawrence-Daley and her team want Americans to know that they are being misled to believe that the Majestic Elegance Punta Cana did their job in handling this matter and that their facilities are safe,” the press release charges.

Her lawyers claim in the press release that she was “brutally beaten, assaulted, strangled and left for dead in a drainage area” by “at least one or two individuals” whom they believe to be resort maintenance workers. Her lawyers say she was only discovered eight hours after the attack, after a shift change.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Amanda Woods