Woman Left to Die After She Was Thrown From Tinder Date's Motorcycle: Lawsuit

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A Florida woman was allegedly left for dead after being thrown from her Tinder date's motorcycle, her family claims in a lawsuit.

Jennifer St. Clair arranged a meeting on the dating app and was picked up on a Harley-Davidson by Miles McChesney, the suit says.

They joined other couples for drinks, and later, 33-year-old St. Clair was "violently expelled" from the passenger seat and landed in the road, where she was run over several times by other vehicles, the suit alleges. 

The suit also claims McChesney was impaired by alcohol and should not have been driving. 

Authorities haven't officially named McChesney in connection with the woman's death and he has not been charged. They have declined to comment on the investigation.

McChesney's lawyer called St. Clair's death a tragic event but would not comment further.


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