- There’s a “prevalence” of sexual assault allegations on cruise ships.
- In 2019, there have been 101 allegations on ships embarking and disembarking within the U.S.
- If the sufferer is a U.S. citizen, the FBI has jurisdiction over the crime.
- If passengers are at sea, they’ll search care from the ship’s medical personnel, or go to the closest hospital if they’re docked.
A current jury verdict issued in federal courtroom sexual assault case towards Carnival Cruise Line introduced consideration to what some specialists say is a lesser-known hazard on cruise ships.
The jury within the Southern District of Florida in late July discovered that the cruise line owes over $10 million to a girl who alleged a crew member, Fredy Anggara, raped her throughout a 2018 cruise, courtroom paperwork present. He was not named as a defendant.