“Plaintiff Who Was ‘Pantsed'” What?

It’s a funny story from Lowering the Bar: Plaintiff Who Was “Pantsed” Appeals Six-Figure Verdict in His Favor – Lowering the Bar.

Based upon allegations he had been “pantsed” twice by fellow Pasadena City College band member Kyle Ballard and the school failed to take appropriate protective and corrective measures, plaintiff and appellant Jacob Summers filed the operative first amended complaint against Ballard and the Pasadena Area Community College District. Ballard’s default was entered, but the action proceeded to jury trial against the District, resulting in a defense verdict. After verdict, the trial court entered a default judgment against Ballard and in favor of Summers for $161,721.44. Summers appeals.

Big question: What is “pantsed?”

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