Woman accuses Sandals resort of mishandling sexual assault report

Melissa Blayton, who says she was sexually assaulted by an employee at a Sandals resort in Jamaica, accuses the hotel chain of mishandling the reporting of her case to authorities.
3:57 | 12/17/18

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