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2 Kentucky Moms Say They Were Drugged And Raped by Bahamas Resort Staffers

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Two mothers from Kentucky have come forward after allegedly being drugged and sexually assaulted in the Bahamas following a U.S. travel warning for the region.

The women recounted being offered strong drinks by a resort staffer, which led to them feeling highly intoxicated and subsequently being assaulted by a male resort employee.

“Less than a few [sips] into the second drink, we knew something was wrong. Something was terribly wrong,” one victim said.

“I came to in the process of my rape,” she said.

Bahamian authorities arrested two men in connection with the assault.

“To see the things that showed up on my [toxicology] screen was just traumatizing all over again,” the second victim said.

“The incidents described in the January 2024 US Embassy crime alert do not reflect general safety in The Bahamas, a country of sixteen (16) tourism destinations, and many more islands,” Bahamian Prime Minister Philip Davis said.

The women claim that their allegations were not properly handled, and they are receiving medical care and pursuing legal action.

They also expressed anger towards Carnival for not informing them about the travel advisory until after the incident.

This case has raised concerns about the safety of tourists in the Bahamas and the handling of such incidents.

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