Ryan Dorsey sued for wrongful death on behalf of Naya riverathe son of… claiming that the boat Naya was on before he drowned was not safe. Naya’s ex-husband filed the documents on Tuesday on behalf of her 5-year-old son Josey Hollis Dorsey, claiming that Ventura County is responsible for his death because the boat Naya and Josey were on Lake Piru did NOT meet safety standards. In documents, filed by Ryan’s attorney Amjad Khan and obtained by TMZ, Ryan claims that the boat was “not equipped with a safely accessible ladder, adequate rope, anchor, ditch, etc. ” a radio or any safety mechanism to prevent swimmers from being separated from their boats. , or any flotation or rescue device “in violation of California law.” Ryan claims the boat drifted away from Naya and Josey when they jumped into the lake to swim… and proper safety gear could have prevented that. The costume claims that the boat “swayed with force in the current and the wind”. Ryan also claims in the suit that there were no signs warning of dangerous lake conditions – and the person who rented the boat from Naya did not warn her to wear the life jacket that came with the boat. As you know… Naya and her son were reported missing on July 8th. body was found in the lake on July 13. Josey was able to get back into the boat, and when the authorities arrived for a check, he told them that he and his mother were swimming and that he did not know what had happened to him. She had disappeared below the surface. Depending on the costume … at least 26 other people, from children to adults to the elderly, some wearing life jackets and others not, have drowned in Lake Piru since its recreation facilities opened. Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub | characterized it as a tragic accidental drowning death. It should be noted… 43 days after Naya disappeared from the artificial reservoir reopened to the public again, and a month after more than 12,000 people signed a petition demanding more effective warnings swimmers on debris below the water’s surface.