Disneyland Hotel Sued Over Bedbugs

A woman who stayed at the Disneyland Hotel in California filed a lawsuit Thursday, claiming she was "butchered" by bedbugs during her stay at the resort. 

Ivy Eldridge, a visitor to the hotel for two nights in April, contends she was bitten throughout her body, endured severe pain and sustained physical, emotional and financial injuries, according to the complaint filed this week in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

A Disneyland representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The suit names the Disneyland Hotel, Walt Disney Co. and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, and seeks unspecified monetary and punitive damages for alleged physical and mental suffering.

The attorney said Eldridge was bitten on the face, ears, neck, arms and back.

Virag is also suing the Embassy Suites Palm Desert on behalf of Victoria's Secret model Sabrina Jales St. Pierre, who contends she was bitten by bedbugs at the hotel and was out of work for two months as a result.

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