The brilliantly funny Amy Sedaris is back in a web series called Seriously Distracted in which she plays a middle-aged, pop culture obsessed PR executive. In this episode she mistakenly matches with a work-mate on Tinder and relies on a trio of young assistants to get her out of an awkward situation.
Earlier this month, two men dressed as clowns and armed with purple sex toys allegedly accosted an Illinois woman and her teenage daughter as they attempted to buy tickets to a haunted house, according to a lawsuit.
In a Circuit Court complaint filed on Tuesday, a Montgomery, Illinois mother claimed that she and her daughter, a high school student, were attempting to buy tickets to a haunted house when they were assaulted by two men dressed as clowns and armed with purple sex toys.
The suit claims the two were attacked by haunted house worker Robert Keller, 23, and another man. Keller was “holding a vibrating, purple sex toy” and the other evil clown was holding a teddy bear with a vibrator attached to the stuffed animal’s crotch.
The two scary sex clowns allegedly surrounded the daughter. One "began to violently poke the Minor in various parts of her body, including her buttocks.” The other “inserted the Teddy Bear Vibrator into his own mouth and began simulating oral sex.”
The complaint accuses Keller of yelling “Do you want some more?” and “You know you like it in the butt!” at the girl. When the mother tried to intercede, Keller waved the purple vibrator in her face “in a threatening manner,” while yelling “You like this!,” the complaint charges.
The woman subsequently called police, who later arrested Keller for battery and disorderly conduct. The civil lawsuit accuses the clowns of sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress and the haunted house of negligence for allowing the clowns "to attack Janito and the Minor with sex toys.” The suit seeks $300,000 in damages.
The could turn out to be a very lucrative Halloween for mom and daughter!