- Associated Press - Friday, October 24, 2014

MONTGOMERY, Ill. (AP) - An Oswego mother has sued a haunted house and two of its employees after she says they attacked her and four minors with sex toys.

The lawsuit is seeking more than $50,000 in damages from Robert Keller of Algonquin, another actor and the Massacre Haunt Inc. as a result of the Oct. 11 incident in Montgomery.

The lawsuit says the woman, her daughter and three other children had just arrived in the parking lot when they were approached by two Massacre Haunted House employees dressed as clowns. It says Keller poked one of the minors with a sex toy. The lawsuit also says Keller and the other men taunted the group.

Keller has been charged with battery and disorderly conduct. The other man hasn’t been identified or charged.

The general manager of Massacre Haunt Inc. tells The (Aurora) Beacon-News (http://bit.ly/1yubyLM ) the company is cooperating with police.


Information from: The Beacon-News, http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/beaconnews



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