A woman who claims a drag queen ‘wiggled her breast’ against her face and caused injury is suing a Tampa burger restaurant for $1.5 million.
Neldin Molina from Denver, Colorado, filed a complaint last month against Hamburger Mary’s, a restaurant in Tampa, Florida.
Molina alleges drag queen Amanda D’Rhod grabbed her head during a show and ‘wiggled her breast’ against her face ‘at least eight times’.
She is suing the establishment for $1.5 million after she claims she had to go to the hospital for ‘excruciating pain and uncontrollable headaches’.
Drag queen Amanda D’Rhod (pictured) allegedly violently banged a customer’s head against her chest and ‘wiggled her breast’ in her face at a restaurant, according to a complaint filed
Neldin Molina from Denver, Colorado, filed the complaint against Hamburger Mary’s (pictured), a restaurant in Tampa, Florida, asking for $1.5 million
Molina attended the restaurant on May 30, 2015, for a friend’s birthday and said she was unaware there would be a performance.
The burger restaurant is known for its drag shows.
Molina said she was enjoying the show before she turned back to her meal but when she looked back at the stage, a drag queen named Amanda D’Hrod was pointing and walking towards her.
Molina said she turned back around to avoid drawing attention to herself.
D’Hrod allegedly touched Molina’s shoulders and then walked in front of her before grabbing her head.
The complaint said the performer then ‘wiggled her breasts against the Plaintiff’s face and head eight times’.
The performer then allegedly grabbed Molina’s face and shook it several times before pounding it against the chest violently.
Dailymail.com contacted D’Rhod on Friday for a comment about the allegations.
The complaint alleges that Molina suffered from physical and emotional distress after the drag queen went up to her during a performance. Pictured is a poster from the restaurant with Amanda D’Rhod featured on the bottom right
Molina claims she went to the emergency room and was treated for cervical pain and severe headaches
Molina claims she started to feel headaches and neck pain afterwards so she informed a manager at the restaurant.
She later went to the emergency room at Memorial Hospital of Tampa where she was treated of cervical pain and severe headaches.
The complaint states that the restaurant failed to advise anyone of possible danger during the show.
Molina is suing Hamburger Mary’s for medical cost expenses as well as the pain she suffered physically and mentally from the performance.
Dailymail.com contacted Hamburger Mary’s and the establishment declined to comment.