Three Mexican tourists who had been detained by the authorities of Bahamas After pleading guilty to assault, they were released this Saturday after paying a bond of $ 100 each.
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David Levy Tussie, 20; Simon Levy Husni, 53, and Abraham Levy Tussie, 22, were identified as those involved in the incident.
As reported, these were the protagonists of the event last Wednesday, when they were tested for COVID-19 at the Coral Towers Hotel, of the iconic Atlantis Paradise hotel complex, located on the island of New Providence, where Nassau, the capital, is located. of the Atlantic archipelago of the Bahamas.
Presumably there, when they were being examined to return to Mexico as part of the travel protocol to their country, the tourists attacked Brittany Dryden.
According to the group’s lawyer, identified as Joel Seymour, his clients provoked the aggression by not understanding the instructions that Dryden explained to them in English, the secondary language of the detained Mexicans.
According to Seymour, the trio assaulted Dryden when she told them “to move.”
After the attack, the three Mexican citizens were arrested and taken before Judge Samuel McKinney, who set them a bond of 100 dollars, which they paid and were released.
Seymour also said his clients regretted the assault and pleaded guilty.
With information from EFE