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“Perhaps this is me assuming that empowered women are now playing by the new rules, which is personal responsibility,” Vezmar said.He added that, though he may not have allowed the implicit understanding that he would be paying for the date to continue until after she chose to end the date early, he did find the fact that she didn’t offer to split the check “very unattractive.” “I appreciate it when a woman reaches for her wallet or offers to pay for her part of a date,” he said.“Here’s what I think: I think the implicit contracts in dating need to stop, because I think that men are being exploited by people like the defendant,” Vezmar explained.“I purchased these movie tickets in advance because the movie was sold out, or selling out, everywhere.And I don’t think she’s handling that very well.” Vezmar characterized the defendant’s statement as “untruth,” denying that he made the woman feel uncomfortable or contacted her family “in inappropriate ways.” “Instead of just calling me up and paying me for the movie ticket she squandered, she’s continuing to play these games,” he said. It’s about the practice of texting during movies in public, and the dynamics of dating in 2017 more broadly.When asked if he believes that there’s an implicit contract when two people agree to go on a date and one of those people pays for both movie tickets that, if one person behaves poorly in the theater, they owe the other party a refund, Vezmar seized on the opportunity to address that larger issue.
The woman who went on the date with Vezmar, according to legal filings, left during the movie. “I think that this was probably a really great date for her. She seemed to be having a great time up until the point when I asked her to stop texting.
This was one of the last places I could get tickets.
So out of convenience, I purchased two tickets in advance on Fandango.
I think the implicit understanding on her part—in fact, I know—was that this was a date, the ticket was a gift, and she didn’t owe anything.
That was an assumption she made, because she believes that those are the rules of the game. She’s taken advantage of someone else’s courtesy and generosity.” Vezmar said that he did not ask her to pay him for the price of the ticket before the movie started.