TSA officers accused of sexual assault by NFL player

By Vasantha

Sebastian Joseph-Day wrote a series of tweets last Friday, recounting his experience at John Wayne Airport when he felt sexually assaulted by TSA officers

 TSA officers exceeded screening procedures that left him uncomfortable, he said, and described the incident as "extremely unnecessary and dehumanizing".

Public and NFL communities have taken notice of the sexual assault allegations against Joseph-Day.

A TSA agent allegedly swarmed the defensive lineman and told him he was the problem after he asked one of the officers to stop. Afterward, Joseph-Day tried to file a complaint, but struggled. The accusations against Joseph-Day have sparked outrage on social media.

Since being drafted by the Rams in the 6th round of 2018 season, the 6'4, 310 pound defensive lineman, Sebastian Joseph-Day, joined the Los Angeles Chargers in 2022.

 His career tackles include 193, 8 sacks and 18 tackles for loss. During the 2021 season, he won the Super Bowl.

The accusations of Joseph-Day have brought to light the importance of airport security procedures that are not only effective but also respectful of passengers' rights.

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