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Uber Sexual Assaults: One Charge Dropped, Another Contested

Posted on April 8, 2015
CHICAGO -- Prosecutors dropped charges Monday against a Chicago driver who was accused of sexually assaulting an Uber passenger after obtaining a recording of the driver's conversation with the woman when he gave her a ride in November.

CBS Chicago report here

Uber has asked the courts to dismiss a lawsuit brought against it by an Indian woman who said in 2014 that she was raped by one of the company’s drivers.

Pando Daily report here

Related item: Who's Driving You comprehensive list of Uber/Lyft incidents

Related Topics: Chicago operators, criminal incidents, driver behavior, India operators, lawsuits, passenger safety, Safety, TNCs, Uber

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