CNN Reporter Arwa Damon Sued By Paramedics After Biting Them While Intoxicated

Suit alleges that Damon threatened both EMTs, saying she was a "major reporter for CNN."
CNN Reporter Arwa Damon Sued By Paramedics After Biting Them While Intoxicated

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by RTT News | August 6, 2014


CNN reporter Arwa Damon is the subject of a lawsuit from two medical workers who claim that she bit them in a drunken stupor. The EMTs – Tracy Lamar and Charles Simons – were attempting to treat her at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.

The suit alleges that Damon threatened both EMTs, saying she was a “major reporter for CNN.” CNN is also named in the suit, which says that the network hired her knowing she “has a history of becoming intoxicated and then abusive,” and a “penchant for violence even when sober.”

The EMTs are suing CNN for $1 million for pain and suffering. “It’s been an extremely stressful time, I was exhausted, I had not had proper food all day and clearly miscalculated how my body would handle the alcohol consumed,” wrote Damon in an e-mail to the New York Post.

“Needless to say, I am utterly mortified and take full responsibility for my actions, which are inexcusable.”


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