Hotel Worker Sues Management Company Stating She Was Raped On The Job

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David Hucks
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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at

A special needs worker is suing the Residence Inn by Marriott Myrtle Beach Oceanfront and Grandeur Management. The lawsuit states the woman was raped by an employee while working as a laundry attendant.

The victim, named as Jane Doe, claims the man who raped her, Carlton Sanderson, had a “history of sexual assaults” dating back to his country of origin. Sanderson is a native Jamaican.

Grandeur Management, named in a Federal criminal lawsuit in 2021, has a history of illegal practices including human trafficking, visa fraud and money laundering.

Grandeur Management was the onsite management company for the Marriott Myrtle Beach Oceanfront hotel at the time of this incident. Jane Doe claims the hotel either knew or should have known about Grandeur Management’s business violations. The suit states Marriott chose to contract with Grandeur Management for the purpose of staffing the hotel with discounted foreign labor. The management firm continued to operate onsite despite public knowledge of an ongoing Federal probe.

In 2021, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of South Carolina named Grandeur and its president, Raja Imran Younas, for visa fraud.

The management company has been criminally charged. The U.S. Attorney’s office alleges that the company scammed, underpaid and lied to foreign workers who were enticed to come to Myrtle Beach on work visas.

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