Charlie Calvin needed to go residence after an evening out with associates.
So he referred to as for a Lyft, and Jaleese Rance, a driver for the ride-sharing company, picked up Calvin and another man from a bar in Chicago, in line with WGN9.
However then she made a fallacious flip, an lawyer for Calvin informed The Chicago Tribune, and a “heated argument” erupted after Calvin pointed out her mistake. That’s when she allegedly pointed a gun she saved in her middle console at Calvin and chased him out of her automotive.
“I’ll blast you (homophobic slur),” she allegedly stated.
That’s all in line with a lawsuit filed by Calvin’s lawyer towards Lyft. The corporate referred to as the incident disturbing and told CBS Chicago that it removed Rance as a driver shortly after.
The lawsuit says that Calvin and his companion have been making an attempt to photograph Rance’s license plate after she kicked them out — and that’s when she again confronted them with a 9 mm handgun outdoors, in response to Fox32. Calvin’s pal then took an image of Rance as she brandished the weapon.
“We go from sitting behind the automotive, to the gun being pointed in my face,” Calvin advised CBS Chicago. “For any person to react…