Rohan Beyts, a woman caught with her pants down literally, tried to take her frustrations out on President Trump. Beyts was sued President Donald Trump’s golf course for damages after she was photographed urinating out in the sand dunes on the course.
She was asking for $3,750 in damages after the staff caught her and took her picture because they were worried that she was doing something criminal, as there have been many people who have been vandalizing Trump golf courses as acts of protest.
She is upset that her picture was taken and her story was circulated in the media, but she should have thought twice before using the sand pit as a litter box. She lost the case and was reprimanded for wasting the court’s time with this nonsense against a genuine hard-working business and its personnel.
From Heat Street:
Speaking outside court, Ms Beyts said she was “relieved the case was over”.
She said: “To me it was never about the compensation – I wasn’t interested in money. I was only interested in clearing my name when the Trump organisation representative spoke of me committing a deliberate and shameful act within a few feet of the club house in few view of staff and guests.”
Mike Dailly, her lawyer, said his client had been “utterly vindicated” adding that that the sheriff had found her evidence “reliable and credible”. He said: “The reason we’ve not won compensation is on a technical point.”
But Trump International Golf Links said in a statement that the organisation was “satisfied that justice has prevailed”.
A spokesman said: “The disingenuous claim by Rohan Beyts was a perversion of the truth and nothing more than a poor attempt at self-publicity in an effort to garner support for her anti-Trump, anti-business propaganda.
“It’s a disgrace that valuable time and money has been wasted defending a genuine north east business and its honest, hard-working personnel from this nonsense.”