19-year-old girl froze to death in the freezer of the hotel. Her family requires compensation of $50 million

The family of the girl who died of hypothermia in the freezer of the hotel, filed a lawsuit, demanding $50 million.

19-year-old Kenneco Jenkins was last seen alive at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’hare in Rosemont (Il), where she rested on the party in September 2017. On recordings from surveillance cameras can be seen as a girl being drunk, wandering alone in the kitchen of the hotel, heading towards the freezer.

The next day she was found dead. An autopsy conducted by the cook County medical examiner, showed that Jenkins died of hypothermia, after which the police called the incident a tragic accident.

Cops say no video exists of Kenneka Jenkins walking into the freezer where her body was found. https://t.co/mvmGPFdrQN pic.twitter.com/QgSbavhPvT

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But even the decision of law enforcement bodies did not spare relatives and friends from suspicion that Kenney was the victim of a crime.

According to the lawsuit, which was filed by the family of the deceased, the freezer, where they found Jenkins, was not locked. In addition, inside pasted a statement that is fully faded: so it was impossible to see how to unlock the door locking system. Other freezer on site were locked and inaccessible to guests, — emphasized in the lawsuit.

During the investigation police of Rosemont found that the door mechanism was faulty and to open the door from the inside you had to click the circular handrail.

The toxicology results showed that shortly before his death, Jenkins had used alcohol and topiramate (prescription drugs migraine and epilepsy) that can cause drowsiness and darkens the mind but in the body of the girl found no illicit drugs. However, according to mother Jenkins, Theresa Martin, her daughter was not prescribed any medication.

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The plaintiffs claim negligent attitude of the management of the hotel to the girl, arguing that it does not provide security in the freezer and did not properly searched when Jenkins went missing. For the moral damages the family demands $50 million

The representative of the Crowne Plaza commented on the news about suing the hotel.

«Death Kaneki Jenkins is a tragedy, but to blame for her death directly questionable people who used a stolen credit card to book a room and arrange an illegal party, which was attended by miss Jenkins, he said the Chicago Tribune. – These criminals fled the hotel before police arrived, and they were never prosecuted. The claim does not make sense, and we will vigorously challenge it».