Uber Driver Unhappy With Company's Response to Haltom City Attack That Left Her Bloody, Shaken

An Uber driver says she's considering legal action against the ride-hailing company following what she considers an inadequate response to a violent incident in Haltom City earlier this year.Zonya Robinson, 36, of Garland said she picked up four passengers from a bar early on March 3. Minutes into the ride, a passenger began harassing her with sexual suggestions and racial slurs, she said, and when asked to stop he “erupted.”“He proceeded to tell me they were going to ‘[expletive] me up,’ that they were ‘[N-word] killers,’” she said Monday at the Dallas office of her attorney, Larry Taylor. Robinson said she stopped the vehicle and got out, leading two of the men, identified by police as Konstantino Garefos and Jesse Mosley, to throw beer bottles at her.   Continue reading...

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