I suspect she was upgraded or she would not have mentioned such a otherwise meaningless factoid. If he did upgrade her room, he probably had some staff person do it - something not at all uncommon, especially where large organizations have special deals with hotels. We use to do that frequently when we had out-of-town visitors with a Company I ran, and I myself have had my reservations upgraded after the fact by businesses with similar special rate deals with hotels without me ever asking them to do it.
There were plenty of meaningless factoids. She remembers what she was wearing but can’t remember the exact date. And show me a CEO who will (out of the blue) have dinner with an employee who was fired (with just cause, I might add). This busy man, without her making an appointment...if she did it wasn’t through his Administrative Assistant...would somehow make contact with this person. How did she contact him? How likely is it she had his private number? Why the heck would she go to the CEO to get a job back (who wouldn’t be responsible for a low level hires). Anyway, she checks into her room. Did she make contact with him? How? Did she call the NRA? Because I don’t know a CEO who answers his own phone, do you? The point of an AA is to screen him from frivolous things like this. And even if she had contacted him ahead of time wouldn’t he take the time to look at her file? Seriously there are way too many holes here.
Oh, and if I was going to have a little tryst with some trashy little skank, I wouldn’t ask her to service me in a car. I’m going back to the cushy room. There is absolutely no logic to this woman’s story. Did she find this plot in a porn movie or something?