Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Science | By Cecil Little

Man sues woman for $17.31 after she texted during movie date

Man sues woman for $17.31 after she texted during movie date

Vezamar made headlines for suing Cruz for $17.31 after he says she ruined their date and his movie-going experience.

Brandon Vezmar filed the claim for $17.31 last week. He says the 35-year-old woman refused to stop texting. Vezmar claims that, 15 minutes into the movie, his date (who remains anonymous) started texting and ignored Vezmar's request to turn off the phone after using it "10-20" times.

Vezmar's date left the movie and did not return, stranding him at the theater.

"This is...one of my biggest pet peeves", Vezmar said.

Cruz told Inside Edition the texts were from a friend who sent her three messages to make sure she was safe on the date.

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"I want you compensate me for the $17 movie ticket and the $4 pizza".

"She was behaving as if it was normal", he told Inside Edition.

However, his date did not know about the claim until reporters contacted her.

He then asked her to pay him back but she refused.

"While damages sought are modest, the principle is important as defendant's behaviour is a threat to civilised society", the petition said. "I feel sorry that I hurt his feelings badly enough that he felt he needed to commit so much time and effort into seeking revenge".

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"I leaned back over to him and I say 'well I'm just going to go, ' so I grabbed my purse and he like scoots his legs over so I can walk by", Cruz said.

"Let me move on with my life, I'll do whatever it takes,"Cruz said".

"I'm fully aware of the weirdness of the situation", Vezmar told KVUE.

In an email, Alamo Drafthouse founder and CEO Tim League told the Statesman, "On one hand, I am concerned about our courts being clogged with superfluous lawsuits, but as Vezmar states, this is a threat to civilized society".

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