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BRASILIA Reuters - A former Brazilian prostitute plans to sue the United States embassy and five of its personnel for injuries sustained outside a strip club late last year, complicating the second of two embarrassing incidents to emerge recently involving American officials and sex workers in South America. Romilda Aparecida Ferreira, 31, and her lawyer said they plan to file suit for injuries, medical expenses, lost income, and psychological trauma after an embassy van ran over her and left her stranded in the club parking lot with a broken collarbone, punctured lung and other injuries.
The incident occurred December 29 when an embassy driver was dispatched to the club to pick up three marines and one civilian staffer. A civil suit would compound a case in which Brazilian prosecutors have already said they are considering criminal charges, including assault and failure to provide assistance to an injured person. It also threatens to further tarnish the image of overseas U.
Secret Service members and prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia, earlier this month. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, then on a visit to the country, about what happened. Few additional details from the incident have been provided by U. Ferreira said she, along with her co-workers, first met the four Americans over tequila and whiskey inside the strip club. Ferreira said she was forced out of the van by one of the men when she attempted to join some of her colleagues, who had already entered the vehicle.
She said she panicked when the man grabbed her, so she attempted to hold onto the van, but fell to the ground, hit her head and lost consciousness. After she fell, her lawyers said, the man told the van driver to go.
The attorneys said the driver probably did not realize she was there. In a Washington press briefing on Wednesday, a U. State Department spokeswoman confirmed Ferreira was run over, but gave a conflicting account of one particular. Ferreira, she said, tried to open the door once the van was already moving. Ferreira, who worked as a stripper at the club for three years, said she was traumatized by the incident, which kept her hospitalized for 12 days. Her lawyers said they then followed up with the embassy, but failed to reach an agreement on payment and a condition that would have required Ferreira to sign a non-disclosure agreement.