broke big news about a small lawsuit: an Austin man named Brandon Vezmar had filed a suit against a woman who he met on the dating app Bumble, alleging that she had been texting during the movie the two saw on their date, and owed him the price of a ticket (.31) to declared the man a “hero,” and on Wednesday, the Alamo Drafthouse offered Vezmar a gift certificate for .31 in an attempt to settle the suit.
The story has largely been treated as a quirky case of a person attempting to correct bad behavior through unusual means—but a statement the defendant offered to the media about the case indicates that there’s more than one way to view the situation.
My "gym class moments" consisted of being the girl left over when the last team captain chose the second-to-last girl, and then the other team captain declaring she never picked me and that I was not on her team.
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The 35-year-old Round Rock woman wrote: I did have a very brief date with Brandon, that I chose to end prematurely.
His behavior made me extremely uncomfortable, and I felt I needed to remove myself from the situation for my own safety.