WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — A Walmart customer in Pennsylvania who says she was called to a security guard’s home in the middle of the night after she didn’t have any food, a phone, a wallet, or keys has filed a lawsuit against the company.
According to the lawsuit, the Walmart security guard was called around 11:30 p.m. on Nov. 4 by a woman who said she didn�t have her keys, phone or wallet with her.
The woman was reportedly not at home at the time and the guard was supposed to check on her.
When he returned around 11 p. m. the woman claimed she was unable to leave because she didn, too.
When the guard attempted to leave, the woman accused him of trespassing.
She claimed he was being aggressive and that she was breaking the law.
The woman claims the guard then said she was too drunk to walk, grabbed her by the neck, and began punching her.
He then grabbed her waistband and began dragging her.
The lawsuit claims the woman then said, �You are being rude and you need to leave.
I will not pay you a dime.�The lawsuit says she then ran to her car, got her keys and fled.
The lawsuit claims Walmart has not responded to CBSDC�s requests for comment.
The complaint is being filed by Andrea Brown, a resident of the city of Fairfield, who claims she and her boyfriend, Joshua W. Hern, were in the parking lot of Walmart in the city�s Fairfield Township when the woman grabbed a Walmart security employee by the head and began assaulting him.
The suit states the employee suffered a concussion, facial lacerations, bruises and other injuries, and had to undergo medical treatment.
Brown told CBSDC that the Walmart employee was not drunk at the point of the incident, but that the woman had consumed some sort of alcohol.