Woman Accused of Flashing Bar Mitzvah Sues for $5M
Lindsey Radomski was found not guilty of molestation and sexual assault
By Michael Harthorne,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 29, 2017 7:14 PM CDT
Yoga instructor Lindsey Radomski is suing the family that wrongly accused her of flashing a bar mitzvah.   (Mugshot)

(Newser) – An Arizona yoga instructor found not guilty of exposing herself to a bunch of underage boys at a bar mitzvah is now suing her accusers for $5 million, KTVK reports. According to KPNX, prosecutors charged Lindsey Radomski with flashing a group of boys between the ages of 11 and 15, letting them touch her breasts, then performing a sex act with one of them during a bar mitzvah in 2015. After a seven-week trial, the 35-year-old Radomski was found not guilty of sexual assault and molestation in September, the AP reports.

The lawsuit filed by Radomski, a friend and employee of the parents hosting the bar mitzvah, alleges they failed to supervise the youths, who were drinking alcohol. She claims one of the boys drugged her. She passed out in a bedroom after telling the host she wasn't feeling well, and that's when she says the boys sexually assaulted her. Radomski is seeking $5 million in damages plus $100,000 in legal fees from the family who hosted the bar mitzvah. "Lindsey was the victim, but she was treated as a criminal," KTVK quotes Radomski's attorney as saying.

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