Closeted gay

Closeted gay, sexual coercion – United Airlines’ court ammunition

SS the Showstopper
By SS the Showstopper

Information of being closeted gay and sexual misconduct, was highlighted in court documents, in the case of Dr. David Dao, the passenger who was aggressively removed from United Airlines due to an overload.

His wife, Teresa, who is also a doctor, had reported him to the medical authorities, about his closeted gay and inappropriate relationship with a patient the court was told.

Dr. Dao, age 69, was also convicted of a felony charge, stemming from giving a man prescription drugs, in exchange for gay sex.

The closeted gay doctor denied the gay sex, even though he was caught on camera, shirtless and his pants down with Brian Case, his 26 year-old alleged lover; who was a fellow worshiper at his church.

Case case that he believed Dao wanted to hook him on prescription narcotics, including Oxycontin, so he would keep coming to him for  sex.

Psychiatrist found the doctor had a series of issues and one doctor wrote that ” he would unilaterally chose to do his own thing.”

“He only got his license back after agreeing to be drug tested and polygraphed.”

United Airlines is facing serious backlash and boycott calls over the video; their stock price plummeted, as Wall Street reacted to the passenger’s fury.

The airline have also come under harsh criticism, ranging from its insistence that passengers give up their seats, to the level of violence.

“The family of Dr. Dao wants the world to know that they are very appreciative of the outpouring of prayers, concern and support they have received. Currently they are focussed only Dr. Dao’s medical treatment and care ,” said Chicago attorney Stephen L. Golan

Dr. Dao’s closeted gay affair and sexual misconduct, is evidently being used as a defense by United Airlines, as they selected the 4 passengers they wanted removed from the airline.

Dr. Dao is a professional poker player, born in Vietnam, and a father of 5 children, who are doctors.  His wife is also a Pediatrician.

It is revealed that passengers were offered us$1000 to un-board the flight, due to an overload, but no one accepted, passengers were therefore “‘randomly ” selected. United Airlines have not revealed their method used in the selection of passengers to leave.

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