Boxing legend Chris Eubank is suing the administration firm of Caesars Palace resort in Dubai over the loss of life of his son, Sebastian Eubank.
Sebastian drowned in shallow water on the resort in 2021 when he suffered a cardiac arrest and fell into the water.
Legal professionals declare that Sebastian could have survived had he been given swift consideration.
Authorized papers allege that resort employees discovered Sebastian’s ID and belongings on the seaside however went house with out trying to find him, a transfer that the household believes to be negligence.
Eubank, 56, instructed The Mirror: “That is our probability for fact and justice. We are going to struggle till we’ve that for Sebastian’s reminiscence.
“All we have needed since Sebastian died is to grasp why it occurred, and we’re getting shut.”
Sebastian was an expert boxer and made his MMA debut in 2020.
Papers filed on Friday allege “the lifeguards weren’t paying consideration and/or have been fatigued and/or had been insufficiently skilled to guard friends,” The Mirror reported.
The court docket papers state that he arrived on the resort on July 7, 2021, and went to a non-public seaside space the place he stood close to the shore “in water lower than waist deep” for a couple of minutes “earlier than slumping into the water and remaining there, immobile”.
The day after, a lifeguard observed Sebastian’s physique floating round 6 am.
The household’s authorized criticism is for wrongful loss of life by negligence, and authorized paperwork conclude with the assertion that “as a direct and proximate results of Caesars’ negligence, Salma and Sebastian’s household have misplaced and are disadvantaged of the love, companionship, society, affection, emotional assist and care, intimate relations and talent to bear youngsters, and solace of her husband.”