These JetBlue Pilots Raped Female Flight Crew Members — And They Still Have Jobs

One of the perks of being a flight attendant is that occasionally you find yourself on a layover with time to explore and enjoy a beautiful location. That's just what three female members of a JetBlue flight crew did when they found themselves with an overnight stay in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Unfortunately, their fun didn't last long.

After checking into their hotel, naturally, the three women booked it to the beach. While enjoying the sun, the women struck up a conversation with Eric Johnson and Dan Watson, two male JetBlue pilots who were sitting nearby. Soon after, the two men offered the women an opened beer, and that's when the details got fuzzy...literally.

In a lawsuit against JetBlue and the two pilots, the women allege that they were drugged and raped by the pilots. Even worse? JetBlue took zero action after the women reported the incident. Sign the petition demanding that JetBlue hold these men accountable now.

None of the women can recall leaving the beach, but eventually they came to and found themselves in a hotel room. One of the women woke up while she was being raped by a pilot with another woman in the bed. She ended up contracting an STD from the rape. One of the women started vomiting which "turned off" a pilot, helping her escape the same fate.

Despite being nauseous and needing to repeatedly vomit, the women all went to work the next day. After talking with each other and looking up the symptoms of date rape drugs, they all realized what had transpired: the pilots had drugged and raped or attempted to rape them.

JetBlue promised to investigate, but took no action. Neither pilots were fired or even punished, and one of the women still has to work alongside her attacker.

This is unacceptable. Please sign this petition demanding that JetBlue fire these rapists now.

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