14 women sue Lyft, say company failed to address sexual assault complaints

In a new lawsuit, 14 women are accusing the company of mismanaging sexual assault complaints, on Wednesday. but also doesnt update passengers on the status of drivers they complained about. In many cases, . The women also claimed in the lawsuit that the ride-sharing app chooses to stonewall any efforts of investigation into its drivers accused of sexual assault, according to CNN. The 40-page lawsuit accounts for incidents spanning from January 2018 to June 2019, from California to North Carolina. The assaults are manifold in their nature, according to BuzzFeeds review of the lawsuit. One woman said the driver switched off the ride on the app,nother saida driver followed her home after dropping her off and then raped her. AA …