You can't sue someone for being an awful, self-obsessed human being. Fortunately, a Georgia woman has found another reason to take Tyra Banks to court.
As first reported by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Beverly McClendon has sued Banks for $3 million because she alleges her 15-year old daughter appeared on Tyra's talk show without parental permission.
McClendon says her child answered an open website call to appear on an episode that centered around sex addiction, as the program's producers invited the minor on without seeking her mother's approval first."This show was undoubtedly watched by sexual deviants, perverts and pedophiles alike," McClendon states in the legal documents, although we have to wonder how McClendon's daughter flew to NYC without her mom having any idea why.
She asserts her teenage daughter's right to privacy was violated. She is seeking an injunction against any future airings of the installment.