A federal judge has tossed out a civil rights lawsuit from a New York City man who sought damages, after claiming he was “traumatized” by a escort service dancer who performed what was described as an “illegal sexual act” upon him. “The Smoking Gun” website says the judge rejected Hubert Blackman’s case against Las Vegas Exclusive Personals, claiming his rights were violated and he had suffered mental distress as a result of the sex act provided by one of the firm’s dancers at his room at the Stratosphere hotel on December 17th. Judge Loretta Preska ruled the 22-year-old Blackman failed to prove he suffered one-point-eight-million dollars worth of damages, and noted the suit should have been filed in Nevada, not New York, where the alleged offense took place. Blackman told the website he has filed an appeal.
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