Indiana’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against a hotel after guest Katrina Arthur said she and her husband got charged $350 for a negative review about dirty, smelly conditions.
Indiana’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against a hotel after guest Katrina Arthur said she and her husband got charged $350 for a negative review about dirty, smelly conditions. Screenshot from WRTV
Indiana’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against a hotel after guest Katrina Arthur said she and her husband got charged $350 for a negative review about dirty, smelly conditions. Screenshot from WRTV

‘Nightmare’ hotel reeked of sewage — and charged guests $350 for complaining, lawsuit says

December 19, 2017 06:53 PM

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