Family of woman left for dead by drunk Tinder date after falling off his motorcycle

Jennifer St. Clair died after a motorcycle fell on 6 December

The family of a Florida woman who died after falling from the back of a motorcycle has filed a lawsuit against the man who left her for dead.

Jennifer St. Clair, 33, went on a date with Miles McChesney, 34, after meeting him in the Tinder dating app, according to a wrongful death sentence that her family had filed.

They claim he was the driver of a Harley Davidson from 2001, St. Clair was a passenger.

Jennifer St. Clair died after a motorcycle fell on 6 December

Miles McChesney would have left St. Clair for dead

Miles McChesney would have left St. Clair for dead

Jennifer St. Clair (left) went on a date with Miles McChesney (right) who took her for her ride on a motorcycle. She fell off and reportedly left her for death on the I-95 highway

Attorney Todd Falzone (above) claims that Miles McChesney did nothing to help Jennifer St. Clair

Attorney Todd Falzone (above) claims that Miles McChesney did nothing to help Jennifer St. Clair

Attorney Todd Falzone (above) claims that Miles McChesney did nothing to help Jennifer St. Clair

She fell from the engine and her body was run over by nine vehicles, the lawyer of her family Todd Falzone told a press conference on Friday.

Only three drivers stop to help and inform the authorities about what has happened.

St. Clair was later found dead at Interstate 95 in Pompano Beach at 3:00 pm on 6 December.

Todd Falzone said on Friday that McCesney, from New York's Schenectady, visited a cousin in Fort Lauderdale when he met St. Clair.

According to the trial, the couple met two other couples and visited a few bars in the area, the suit said.

The lawsuit alleges that McChesney & # 39; drank alcohol to the point at which he was harmed.

McChesney is accused of being 'carefree and negligent & # 39; driving the engine and made sure that St. Clair & # 39; was driven from the motorcycle into oncoming traffic & # 39; on the Interstate 95.

Falzone explained that the drivers of the other two motorcycles had been driven ahead and reportedly had not seen that St. Clair fell from the engine.

He also claimed that McChesney said it was their understanding that he refused to provide information to law enforcement agencies.

St. Clair was run over by nine vehicles, with only three drivers running over to help and informing the authorities of what had happened.

St. Clair was run over by nine vehicles, with only three drivers running over to help and informing the authorities of what had happened.

St. Clair was run over by nine vehicles, with only three drivers running over to help and informing the authorities of what had happened.

Todd Falzone said that Jennifer's loss and lack of information about her death was extremely difficult

Todd Falzone said that Jennifer's loss and lack of information about her death was extremely difficult

Todd Falzone said that Jennifer's loss and lack of information about her death was extremely difficult

Falzone said Jennifer's death and the circumstances of what happened on the night she died was difficult to take

Falzone said Jennifer's death and the circumstances of what happened on the night she died was difficult to take

Falzone said Jennifer's death and the circumstances of what happened on the night she died was difficult to take

Falzone said McChesney did not call the police and did nothing. Instead, he left the scene and called one of the other drivers who had driven ahead, who was identified as his cousin, Bill Young.

Young then called 911. Falzone said the police had not yet shared the 911 call with the family.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, St. Clair's body was found in the middle track. She was declared dead on the spot.

Falzone explained that it was unclear how St. Clair ended up on the bike and whether it was killed immediately.

John E Lewis is the second defendant in the wrongful death penalty because he, as the owner of the motorcycle, is legally responsible for whatever happens in relation to that vehicle.

Attorney Todd Falzone hopes the lawsuit will contribute to the closure and justice of St Clair's family

Attorney Todd Falzone hopes the lawsuit will contribute to the closure and justice of St Clair's family

Attorney Todd Falzone hopes the lawsuit will contribute to the closure and justice of St Clair's family

The lawsuit is looking for $ 15,000 in damages from McChesney.

Falzone explained that it was unclear how St. Clair ended up on the bike and whether it was killed immediately.

The motorcycle was formerly owned by Mcchesney's cousin, identified as Bill Young.

He had sold the bike to a man named John Lewis, but asked him to borrow it while Mcchesney was in town. The engine was described as a Harley Davidson from 2001. It had a rear seat and backrest for a passenger.

Falzone explained that Mcchesney did nothing to help Jennifer St. Clair after she left the bike. Instead, he called his nephew, Bill Young, who called 911.

At a conference on Friday, Flazone said: "We have come forward at this moment, we have filed this lawsuit in an attempt to ask for community help again.

& # 39; This will help us with our ability to get information. & # 39; We intend to use this lawsuit to get information about what has happened and will now have the opportunity to sue witnesses.

St. Clair had two brothers and sisters and was surrounded by a large family that loves her so much & # 39;

St. Clair had two brothers and sisters and was surrounded by a large family that loves her so much & # 39;

St. Clair had two brothers and sisters and was surrounded by a large family that loves her so much & # 39;

She was also a dog lover and had a dog named Lily, whom she loved very much, according to her family

She was also a dog lover and had a dog named Lily, whom she loved very much, according to her family

She was also a dog lover and had a dog named Lily, whom she loved very much, according to her family

"The only thing we can do is ask for help from anyone who has seen something, there were six who were out that night. We understand that they were in Del Rey at three different locations.

& # 39; There must have been witnesses. We have already been in contact with some, but we need more information & # 39 ;.

The lawyer claimed that he recognized that McChesney had been imprisoned until mid-November and that he had then come to South Florida.

At a separate press conference on December 11, the aunt of St. Clair, Amy Gamber, spoke about her niece.

She described St. Clair as' full of life, crazy and funny & # 39 ;. She added that St. Clair was a "very sweet girl who would do everything for everyone & # 39 ;.

Gamber became emotional when she explained that St. Clair had two brothers and sisters and was surrounded by a large family that loves her so much.

Gamber stated that the family is looking for closure and justice for Jennifer St. Clair, urging the person in charge to do the good thing & # 39 ;.

Jennifer St. Clair's sister in law, Ashley St. Clair, also started a fund on Facebook to help the family with their expenses.

She wrote a touching tribute to Jennifer and wrote: "Jennifer Amy St. Clair was a loving caring friend, niece, sister, nephew, daughter and granddaughter whose life was taken too fast.

& # 39; Jennifer was an avid dog lover and owner. Her heart for her family, friends and animals showed every day.

& # 39; Her smile and smile can illuminate every room. We will cherish the joyous passion for life that she shared with us all.

& # 39; Her free spirit and loving nature will help us for years. We love her forever and we will miss her very much.

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