A man reportedly woke up to a hotel manager ‘sucking on his toes’.
Peter Brennan, from Texas, was staying overnight at the Hilton Downtown Nashville on March 30.
He was visiting the hotel while attending a work conference.
But during the night, he alleges he was woken up to a ‘weird feeling’ coming from the foot of his bed.
Find out more about the alleged incident below…
Brennan tells News Channel 5: “I awoke to a gentleman, an employee of the Hilton, assaulting me.”
In his lawsuit filed against the Hilton hotel, Brennan alleges that the manager ‘had begun to s**ually assault’ him ‘with his mouth simulating f****tio’ on his feet’ – which he describes as feeling ‘sudden and unforced’.
He tells the local news outlet that he immediately jumped up and started yelling at the employee, who was wearing a uniform and a name tag.
Brennan reportedly recognised him as he had apparently visited the room day before to fix an issue with the room’s TV.
Brennan continues with his claims, alleging: “[I] instantly went into a sort of fact-finding mode. Who are you? Why are you in my room? What are you doing here?
“He was talking to me but not giving me any substantive answers.”
The suspected toe sucker is 52-year-old night manager David Neal.
He was arrested at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee, and has since been charged with aggravated burglary and assault, as per WKRN.
Neal reportedly told police that he had entered the room as he was concerned for the guest’s welfare, claiming he could smell smoke coming from inside.
However, no other guests or hotel staff had reported smelling smoke that night.
When asked where the room key was, Neal allegedly claimed that it had been thrown away.
It has yet to be recovered.
Brennan has now alleged that he is suffering from PTSD and is struggling to feel safe in his own home.
In a statement to reporters, Hilton Nashville Downtown says they are cooperating with police.
It reads: “Hilton Nashville Downtown is independently owned and operated by a third party and no Hilton entity employs staff at this property.
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“The safety and security of our guests is our top priority and Hilton takes matters such as these very seriously.”
While a separate statement from hotel management says: “The safety and security of our guests and team members is our highest priority.
“We are working closely with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, and, as part of company policy, we do not comment on ongoing investigations.”
Neal is being held on a US$27,000 bond.
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