Amid the coronavirus-induced shock waves that have rocked the cruise industry, a group of investors has sued Norwegian Cruise Line after news articles exposed the company’s alleged practice of lying about the severity of the disease in order to keep bookings, which caused the cruise line’s stock to tumble.
The class action lawsuit, filed today in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, claimed that the class members took financial hits due to the exposure of Norwegian’s alleged false statements to passengers that coronavirus wouldn’t affect their trips.
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