A Malibu woman who alleges she was doused with beer and threatened by a group of territorial surfers in Palos Verdes Estates is among a group of plaintiffs who filed suit against the so-called Lunada Bay Boys this week in Los Angeles Superior Court.
In a class-action suit filed Thursday, Diana Milena Reed and fellow plaintiffs allege that the Bay ...Continue Reading →
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A new lawsuit claims a group of local surfers is harassing outsiders who try to ride the waves at a highly desirable piece of surfing real estate south of Los Angeles. The area is officially open to the public, but stories of confrontations in Lunada Bay go back decades, reports CBS News correspondent Carter Evans. “You guys lost or something? Stay away from this area, this bay right here.” That’s the welcome two British reporters from the Guardian newspaper got ...Continue Reading →
Attorneys seeking an injunction to ban the infamous Bay Boys from the beach they jealously guard in Palos Verdes Estates have received dozens of calls and emails from people wanting to join their lawsuit.
The class-action suit, filed last week in federal court by surfers Cory Spencer and Diana Milena Reed, names the affluent city, its police chief and eight alleged Bay Boys on behalf of all beachgoers who have been harassed at the Lunada Bay spot known as much for ...Continue Reading →
An El Segundo police officer who says he has been harassed by a group of surfers known as the Lunada Bay Boys of wealthy Palos Verdes Estates joined other alleged victims to file a class-action lawsuit on Tuesday.
The officer, Cory Spencer, and other plaintiffs are asking a federal judge to prevent members of the gang from congregating at the Bay, one of California most coveted surf breaks.
Additionally, the suit targets the city of Palos Verdes Estates, asking a judge ...Continue Reading →
PALOS VERDES ESTATES, Calif. (KABC) — The city of Palos Verdes Estates and a group of surfers known as the “Lunada Bay Boys” are being sued.
The lawsuit accused the surfers of using violence and intimidation to chase away outsiders. It also claimed the city did nothing to prevent such attacks.
Diana Reed and El Segundo Police Officer Cory Spencer filed a federal class-action lawsuit asking a judge to prevent the group of surfers from gathering at ...Continue Reading →