Stay-at-home mom slaps Facebook with a lawsuit

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Christie Scarborough, a stay-at-home mom, is suing Facebook.

The lawsuit, filed July 13, 2018, alleges that Facebook violated her constitutional right to freedom of speech. Scarborough argues that “Facebook Jail” results in unconstitutional censorship.

Attorney, T. Matthew Phillips, explains, “My client has the constitutional right to freely speak, write and publish her sentiments on all subjects.”

Scarborough seeks monetary compensation for violations of her free speech rights, and she also seeks a court order forbidding Facebook from deleting her posts and sentencing her to “Facebook Jail.”

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