Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Vengeful Parents Sue MySpace After Daughter Has Sex with Adult, Hangs Self

Here. The daughter hanged herself after the adult suggested stopping having sex, not because they had sex. The parents tried to control their daughter. They failed to do so, despite their having control over her body and over her computer. They fail in their parental duty, but they sue a provider of a service. The making of accusations runs in the family. After the adult just wanted to be friends, the girl says, she was raped.

Some tort savvy sarcasm about the scope of duty from readers:

They should sue whoever paved the road he traveled on to pick her up.

So if I meet a women at supermarket and she commits suicide, then the supermarket is to blame?

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