The family of Spc. Vanessa Guillén, who was found dead in 2020 at Fort Hood, Texas, is seeking $35 million in damages from the Army, according to a court filing, The Hill reported.
“Guillén suffered mental anguish, fear, emotional distress, physical injury, and death as a result of sexual harassment, rape, sodomy, and physical assault, ” the claim, made under the Federal Tort Claims Act and shared by the Texas Tribune, asserted. Her sister, Mayra Guillén, is the claimant.
The family is asking for $25 million in personal injury claims and $10 million for Vanessa Guillen’s wrongful death, The Hill reported.
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