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The Miami Herald reported at the time, quoting the lawsuit allegations, that Sheehan sent a “vindictive, false and defamatory” email to Travel Weekly which eventually published.
A few days later, Travel Weekly retracted the complimentary article about Veitch.
The NTSB reported that NCL was aware of the dangerous condition but failed to take action to fix the problem.
CEO Veitch tried to deflect blame but NCL was forced to plead guilty to a criminal charge of gross negligence regarding the explosion. When the families of the eight dead crew members who were scalded to death filed suit in Miami to obtain compensation for the loss of their fathers and husbands, Veitch's lawyers argued that the crew members were not entitled to file suit before a judge and jury in Miami.
As with everything involving sex, the important thing is to be responsible, respect your self and your partner, and never rush into any relationship without considering the consequences.
If you have any questions or concerns about a relationship you are in, sexual or not, seek the advice of a responsible adult.
Veitch then sued Sheehan and NCL alleging defamation, as well as breach of contract, claiming that his former cruise line and its new CEO allegedly cheated him out of revenue sharing.
According to Travel Weekly, Veitch was the architect of "Freestyle Cruising" and undertook an ambitious fleet renewal program, purchasing nine new cruise ships.
Veitch was the NCL CEO in 2003 when a decrepit, poorly maintained steam boiler on NCL's 40 year-old exploded at the port of Miami.
The explosion killed eight crew members and seriously burned another nineteen NCL crew members.
Fortunately, lawmakers in New York took teenage relationships into account.
In New York State, a person who is under age 16 but older than 13 years old can consent to sex with a person who is no more than 4 years older; the crime of the 3rd degree rape only happens when a person over the age of 21 has sex with a person who is under seventeen years old or younger and that person can or may be punished with up to 4 years in prison.