White Sox fans assaulted in U.S. Cellular parking lot

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According to a lawsuit, Kenneth and Michelle Budka were attacked July 19, after confronting three men who were urinating on their car in the lot at U.S. Cellular Field.

As a result of attempting to stop (the men), from urinating on the car, plaintiff, Kenneth Budka, and plaintiff, Michelle Budka, were violently attacked, beaten, punched, and kicked by (the men), for an extended period of time.

The incident happened in parking lot 277, just north of the stadium, which is owned by the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority and is used for parking at White Sox games. The victims are suing the White Sox franchise because their wasn’t security in the parking lot to prevent the attack from occurring.

Despite being beaten for an extended period of time by (the men) plaintiffs received no assistance or intervention by the security provided.

All three alleged attackers were caught and criminally charged with battery in Cook County Circuit Court.

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