Watts was one of those friends, the lawsuit says, and the two arrived at the store.
“Without provocation by Moore, McNeil and Watts severely beat Moore around the head and face while inside the Speedway store,” the lawsuit says. “McNeil and Watts dragged Moore thought he Speedway store by her hair and neck. McNeil and Watts threw Moore out the front door of the Speedway store.”
“After throwing her out of the front door of the Speedway station, McNeil struck and kicked Moore multiple times, despite the fact that by that time Moore was incapable of defending herself from McNeil’s attack,” the lawsuit says.
The lawsuit says police were not called by either of the women nor a supervisor who was contacted following the alleged attack.
“Moore was eventually found at approximately 3:18 a.m. when she was trying to enter the front door of a house that she thought, at the time, was hers,” the lawsuit says. “The police were called to that location and they discovered that Moore was confused about where she was, having been beaten severely about the face and head.”
She was taken to Springfield Regional Medical Center and later flown to Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton where she was placed on a ventilator and feeding tube for two days, the lawsuit says. Doctors discovered that Moore was suffering many injuries including a concussion, several facial fractures, swelling to her esophagus, a partially collapsed left lung and a black eye.
Clark County Common Pleas Records show McNeil pleaded guilty to attempted felonious assault and was sentenced to serve three years in prison. Watts was convicted by a jury and was sentenced to serve two years in prison, according to records.