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Naya Rivera’s household information wrongful dying lawsuit after ‘Glee’ star’s dying

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Naya Rivera’s ex-husband, Ryan Dorsey, has filed a wrongful dying lawsuit on behalf of their 5-year-old son Josey.Josey is suing Ventura County, Calif., the place the Glee star went lacking on July 8, together with United Water Conservation District and the county’s Parks Management Company (PMC) for the “utterly preventable drowning.” Ryan and Rivera’s property submitted paperwork on Tuesday as Josey is a minor. The actress’s physique was recovered on July 13.According to the lawsuit seen by Yahoo Entertainment, Rivera’s household claims the pontoon boat she rented for her and her son lacked correct security gear. It says the boat “was not equipped with a safely accessible ladder, adequate rope, an anchor, a radio or any security mechanisms to prevent swimmers from being separated from their boats.”Naya Rivera’s household believes the pontoon boat she rented was unsafe. (Photo: Reuters)“Disturbingly, later inspection revealed that the boat was not even equipped with any flotation or lifesaving devices,” it reads, which is “in direct violation of California law.” The doc alleges PMC rented Rivera an outdated boat that had not been refurbished and didn’t adjust to Coast Guard security requirements.Ryan and Rivera’s property additionally name out the shortage of signage at Lake Piru as there’s “not a single sign anywhere” concerning the water’s robust currents and excessive winds. Swimming is now not permitted after Rivera and “at least 26 other people” drowned because the leisure services opened, in line with the lawsuit. It additionally goes into tragic particulars about that July day.“While Naya and Josey were swimming, the boat started to be carried away — likely by the current and wind, which gusted up to 21 miles per hour that afternoon. Josey, who was closer, managed to get back on the boat on his own volition and braced himself on the boat, which was rocking back and forth forcefully in the current and wind,” the doc states.Rivera’s post-mortem report acknowledged that winds reached as excessive as 21 mph the afternoon she went lacking. It additionally famous that she was a “good swimmer.”Story continues“Josey knew Naya was still in the water, and heard her cry, ‘Help! Help!’ In her struggle to get back to the boat and avoid drowning,” the lawsuit provides. “Josey searched in vain for rope to help his mother get back on the boat. Josey then looked back at the water for his mother, and saw that Naya had disappeared. Josey yelled for help and cried alone in the boat until he was found more than an hour later by a PMC boat leasing agent.”It’s believed that Rivera’s last act was saving the lifetime of her son. Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub stated Josey advised investigators the actress “boosted him” onto the deck of the boat from behind. The sheriff added it’s doubtless “that she mustered enough energy to get her son back on to the boat, but not enough to save herself.”Nothing got here again in Rivera’s toxicology report to vary that the reason for dying was drowning and the style of dying an accident. The lawsuit calls out the defendants’ “subsequent attempts to discredit Naya in the media and distract from their own negligence.”More — Ryan Dorsey shares first photograph of son Josey since Naya Rivera’s dying:Read extra from Yahoo Entertainment:

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