Ladies and Gentlemen are you ready for the most ridiculous story of the day? Well, this deals with The Aurora massacre that took place in Colorado. According to a new report, the survivors have been struck with a financial insult to their injuries — owing the theater $700,000 four years after the deadly shooting. In June, Cinemark attorneys shook down the survivors of the Aurora theater shooting, demanding $700,000 in legal fees after jurors in May ruled against the 28 victims and their families.
A judge has ruled in favor of the theater, ordering the survivors to pay the costly fees, the Los Angeles Times reported. Cinemark, the third-largest theater chain in the country, claimed they needed the money to cover the cost of evidence, records, travel and other expenses, according to court documents. READ MORE