Virginia Walmart: Shooting survivor sues company for $50 million

An employee who survived the mass shooting at one last week Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia has filed a $50 million lawsuit against the company, alleging the manager had a “personal vendetta” against several employees and even a “kill list” of potential targets.

Donya Prioleau filed the lawsuit Tuesday, claiming she filed a complaint against the shooter two months before the shooting that killed six employees The Washington Post.

As we did before reported31-year-old branch manager Andre Bing was filmed laughing with colleagues before fatally shooting six employees and injuring several others. Bing died from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot, police said.

Lawsuit cites patterns of manager’s disruptive behavior that led to deadly Walmart shootings

The lawsuit lists the suspect’s alleged disruptive behavior that led to the fatal mass shooting, including bizarre, rude and inappropriate comments about Prioleau’s age, gender, socioeconomic status and appearance.

It continued, “Bullets whizzed past plaintiff Donya Prioleau’s face and left side, narrowly missing her,” the complaint reads. “She witnessed several of her colleagues being brutally murdered on either side of her.”

Additionally, the lawsuit alleges that Andre “had a personal vendetta against several Walmart employees and kept a ‘kill list’ of potential targets prior to the shooting,” the outlet reports.

Prioleau’s lawsuit alleges that she suffered PTSD from witnessing the shooting spree in the store’s break room.

Five of the deceased victims have been identified as Lorenzo Gamble; Brian Pendleton; Kelly Pyle; Randall Blevins; and Tyneka Johnson, pursuant to a press release from the city of Chesapeake.

The sixth victim who died was a 16-year-old boy, whose name authorities are not releasing because he was a minor, the city said.

Manager filmed laughing with colleagues in video taken sometime before the mass shooting

Bing was actually filmed laughing with co-workers just before he opened fire at the store last Tuesday night, just days before Thanksgiving.

An employee – who had been on the job for just five days – witnessed the mass shooting and told the outlet she heard the gunman laughing during the deadly attack.

The woman went on to say that 14 employees were waiting in a briefing room to be given their assignments for the day the shooting began.

Manager “had problems” with others at the Walmart in question, Arbeiter believes filming was planned

She claimed Bing has “issues” with other managers at the store and said she believes the shooting was premeditated.

“It didn’t even look real until you felt the gun go off,” the witness told FOX 3. “I’ll never set foot in that store again. I can’t, I can’t even leave my front door.”

Police have since searched the home of Bing, who was reportedly already dead when officers entered the Walmart around 10:15 p.m. last Tuesday night after reports of a shooting at the store, in which they found several dead and injured.

Four shooting victims were treated at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, but their exact condition was unknown, according to Solesky. Virginia Walmart: Shooting survivor sues company for $50 million

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