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This is creepy. A guest at the DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles – Norwalk woke up to find a hotel employee standing at the foot of her bed.
I rcvd a response from Lina at 12:21 AM. Please see below. Thank you all for looking out for me. I never felt alone with all of you with eyes on this.
I had a sleepless night (watched early season RHONY until sunrise ;), but I'm packed up and leaving this dump, Good riddance! pic.twitter.com/gz899dqP6f
— Embezzeling Erika Jayne (@EmbezzlingErika) July 17, 2023
The woman identified as @EmbezzlingErika on Twitter screamed when she saw the man and he sheepishly explained that he “called, but [she] didn’t answer [her] phone.” This is a clear violation of this woman’s privacy and a huge security risk. Not blaming her, but this is why it’s important to always deadbolt your hotel room door. The employee should be fired and not retrained as is indicated in the response she received after complaining to Hilton.
Thankfully, the woman is okay and she was not touched. In May, I wrote about another Hilton guest (in Nashville) who woke up to find an employee sucking on his toes. Hotel employees and guests can often easily access a hotel room. As stated above, deadbolt the door. This is the only way to ensure that you will be undisturbed while occupying your room.
Anthony’s Take: Who knows why this employee entered the room, but there is no reason he should have been there. Even if his intentions were not as nefarious as where my mind goes, he had no right to enter an occupied room uninvited and should be fired.
(Featured Image: Hilton.)
(H/T: View from the Wing.)
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