The parents of Alianna DeFreeze—the 14-year-old girl who was lured away from a bus stop by a convicted sex offender and later found dead inside an abandoned home— have filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
The lawsuit names the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, E Prep and Village Prep Woodland Hills, the City of Cleveland, her killer Christopher Whittaker, Lynesha Richardson and Friends of Breakthrough Schools as the defendands.
Her parents, Damon DeFreeze and Donnesha Cooper, along with their attorneys Allen Boseman, Bradley Sherman and John Burke, filed the wrongful death lawsuit in Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.
“Unfortunately when these cases happen, you have to have hold every single person accountable,” Boseman said. “You can’t let anyone off the hook and here, everyone played a role.” CLICK HERE to read story