Mary kay sues dating service
Online dating is no less safe than meeting someone "at a bar or at church," said Match spokeswoman Eva Ross."What happened to Mary Kay Beckman is horrible, but this lawsuit is absurd," Ross said in a statement. "The many millions of people who have found love on and other online dating sites know how fulfilling it is. Mary Kay Beckman, 50, claims in a lawsuit filed earlier this month that she joined the website looking for a "healthy loving relationship," but instead was nearly killed.Ridley "brutally stabbed [Beckman] 10 times with a knife about her head, face and upper body, until the overwhelming force he applied to the stabbing caused the knife to break," according to court documents.
In her suit Beckman says the tips posted on the site do not go far enough and the company needs to overtly warn users of potential dangers.A Las Vegas woman who went looking for love in cyberspace is now looking to make a popular online dating site compensate her to the tune of million for the high price she almost paid with her own life after her online lover turned out to be a match made in hell.A Las Vegas woman is suing for million, after the online dating service allegedly paired her with a man who stabbed her 10 times in the face and chest in an attempt to kill her.And while that doesn’t make what happened in this case any less awful, this is about a sick, twisted individual with no prior criminal record, not an entire community of men and women looking to meet each other.”Others argue that the match making site should install a sexual predator screening system. Is at fault here, or is Beckman just a victim to a crime that could of happened to anyone?A woman in Las Vegas has filed a lawsuit against online dating service Match. He was being held as a murder suspect before he committed suicide in jail. A Las Vegas woman who was severely beaten by a man she met through Match.