Little Girl Texts “Mommy I’m SCARED” After Being Molested By Muslim Doctor During Flight


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American Airlines and a physician are facing a lawsuit from a young girl’s family after authorities say the child was touched inappropriately on a flight from New York to Chicago. That physician has been identified as Muhammad Asif Chaudhry.

The incident reportedly occurred in July as the child was flying under American Airlines’ unaccompanied-minor program. She was on a flight from New York City to Chicago and was sitting in a seat by herself — that is, until Chaudhry moved up to sit next to her.

The report says the girl was sitting next to the window and Chaudhry not only moved up to one of the open seats next to her, but at some point when she fell asleep with her feet on the seat, she woke up to his legs allegedly intertwined with hers. He was also allegedly under her blanket. The complaint, according to the AP, notes that the girl was inappropriately touched on her genitals.

The child wanted to get up, but the seat belt light was on and she was afraid – so she did the only thing she could and frantically texted her mom.



“I want to get away,” one text said. A few seconds later, she added, “Mommy, I’m scared.” According to the Brett Beatty, the family’s attorney, the mother fainted when she received her daughter’s text messages.

It wasn’t until Chaudhry got up from his seat to use the restroom that the child was able to get the attention of a flight attendant, who moved her to first class.

According to ABC 7, Chaudhry told agents “that he moved up to the girl’s row to give passengers in his section more room.” He also reportedly claimed he could have accidentally “touched the girl’s arm when he asked her to close the window shade.”

It wasn’t until Chaudhry got up from his seat to use the restroom that the child was able to get the attention of a flight attendant, who moved her to first class.

As soon as the plane landed, Chaudhry was handcuffed and charged. At his arraignment he pleaded not guilty to two counts of abusive sexual contact with a child between 12 and 16. Each count carries a maximum two-year prison sentence. He was then released and is currently free on $100,000 bail. Among the conditions of his release is that he cannot fly, so he drove the 16 hours from Oklahoma to Chicago for Tuesday’s arraignment.

American Airlines reportedly released a statement saying their company “cares deeply about our young passengers and is committed to providing a safe travel experience for them.”





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