Ryan Dorsey Has filed a false death case on behalf of Naya RiveraSon … It is unsafe to say that the Naya boat was there before it sank.
Naya’s ex-husband filed the lawsuit on Tuesday on behalf of her 5-year-old son Josie Hollis Dorsey, Claiming that Verchura County was the cause of his death, Naya and Josie did not comply with safety standards because the boat was on Lake Pi.
In documents filed by Ryan’s lawyer Amjad Khan and obtained by DMJet, Ryan said the boat “had no safe access ladder, adequate rope, an anchor, radio or any safety measures to prevent swimmers from being separated from their boats.” , Or any floating or life-saving devices that violate California law.
Ryan said the boat skidded when Naya and Josie jumped into the lake for a swim … proper safety equipment could have prevented it. The case states that the boat was “rocking back and forth in the current and in the wind.”
Ryan says there are no warning signs of dangerous conditions on the lake – and the person who rented the boat to Naya did not warn him to wear the life attire that came with the boat.
You know … Naya and her son went missing on July 8th The body was found On the lake on July 13th. Josie was able to get back on the boat, while the officers were there Came to a check, Said he and his mother were swimming and did not know what had happened to her. She had disappeared below the surface.
According to the lawsuit … at least 26 people, ranging from children to adults, have been wearing life jackets, while others have not, and have been drowning in Lake Brew since its recreational facilities opened.
Ventura County Sheriff Phil Job | It was classified as a tragic accidental drowning death. It should be noted … Naya disappeared from the man-made reservoir after 43 days Re-opened to the public Again, a month later more than 12,000 people signed a petition Demands the most effective warnings For swimmers about debris on the surface of the water.