A bimbo and her flame for the day take pics with their knickers down and then later she gives the phone to a store clerk with the promise that the data will be deleted. Now it turns out some naughty clerk decided to post a few of the pics online before hitting the delete button and our amateur wanna-be porn stars are overnight celebs.
Rather than being grateful for all the free publicity, the bimbo and flame sue and blame everyone but themselves for what appears to be a dumb move on their part. Here's the dumb part;
She did not delete the data herself because she wanted the Sprint employee to transfer her phone numbers to her new device, the suit says.
UH? You want to save phone numbers by leaving 5,000 pics on your smartphone; including the "boff" shots? Were the phone numbers embedded in the photo gallery? 5,000 pics on a cell phone? Seriously?
Blaming (and suing) someone because of your own stupidity is pushing the envelope when it comes to personal responsibility, isn't it? Sort of like suing the toilet paper manufacturer because you ended up staining your panties.
Same goes for leaving pics of you and lover boy posing on a device you "give" to someone to recycle.
According to the complaint, Johnson went to a Sprint branch on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles last April to exchange a cell phone with microphone problems for a newer model. Her old phone had more than 5,000 photos on it, including “intimate and private nude photos” of herself and Green that she had forgotten about, the suit states.
Johnson was promised by Sprint officials that the phone she was turning in would be wiped clean of all information before being sent to a factory for refurbishing last May, according to the lawsuit. She did not delete the data herself because she wanted the Sprint employee to transfer her phone numbers to her new device, the suit says.
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