Lawsuit Claims Female Inmates Raped After Indiana Prison Guard Sold Keys for $1,000 to Male Inmates

Lawsuit Claims Female Inmates Raped After Indiana Prison Guard Sold Keys for $1,000 to Male Inmates


Eight women filed a civil lawsuit against a former Indiana corrections officer accusing him of selling the key to the female prison cells to two male prisoners, which they say resulted in numerous male inmates entering and raping, groping, harassing, assaulting, and intimidating them.

The alleged incident took place over two hours between October 23 and 24, 2021, at Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Indiana, the lawsuit claims.

A similar civil lawsuit was filed last month by 20 women regarding the same incident.

The now former corrections guard, David Lowe (pictured), 29, allegedly sold the key to the two male inmates for $1,000. He was arrested on October 25, 2021, and faces charges of trafficking with an inmate, felony aiding an escape, and

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