Live Q&A with Stacy Slotnick, Esq. (March 19 10 am ET) “Legality of Online Impersonation: Meri Brown Catfish Scandal” [Details Enclosed]

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Since All About the Tea broke the catfish scandal that rocked TLC’s Sister Wives, last September, many questions remain unanswered.

Readers have expressed a desire to understand the seemingly gray area of how legal consequences play into online impersonation. The saga of the online catfish and the love-starved polygamist reality star, is a complicated story that demands a sharp legal eye, to unravel the continued fallout.

We are excited to announce that we are offering an EXCLUSIVE opportunity to have all of your legal questions answered by our resident Attorney, Stacy Slotnick, Esq. Please join us on Saturday, March 19 at 10:00 a.m ET for a Q&A on “Legality of Online Impersonation: Sister Wives Meri Brown Catfish Scandal.”

Stacy Slotnick, Esq. holds a J.D., cum laude, from Touro Law Center and a B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Commonwealth Honors College. Stacy is the recipient of the Honors Deans Award; Simon and Satenig Ermonian Memorial Scholarship; College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Opportunity Scholarship; and College of Humanities and Fine Arts Scholarship. She is also a William F. Field Alumni Scholar, an honor bestowed upon the most academically distinguished students. In law school, Stacy won two CALI Excellence For The Future Awards® and received an Achievement Scholarship.  She is a member of the New York Bar. As an entertainment lawyer, Stacy counsels clients on contracts, branding, and public relations strategy. She negotiates with agents, producers, production companies, and lawyers to secure rights to projects on behalf of high-profile clients. Her clever, spirited, no holds barred legal analysis can be found in articles for The Huffington Post.

“Samuel Cooper” aka Jacqueline Overton, continues unscathed, after tricking Meri Brown into a passionate six-month love affair, last year. “Sam” backed up his written account of the affair with scandalous voicemails, and quasi-sexy photos sent by Brown. Meri confessed to the online affair, but has remained stifled about the person who stole her heart. “Samuel Cooper” has not been silenced, and has even published an e-book, Almost Meri’ed, now being offered on Amazon.

Stacy’s EXCLUSIVE Q&A will cover exactly what crimes fall under the heading of “catfishing,” and the legal language that different states use, to determine if a crime has taken place. How does the misuse of social media technology collide with the law, and how do hidden identities complicate and play into the already puzzling game?

Be here tomorrow (Sat, Mar 19), to read Stacy’s exclusive, in-depth legal analysis, and get your questions answered by the legal eagle herself!

Legal Q&A Commenting Guidelines:

* No image or gif posting.

* Questions must remain on topic — “Sister Wives” star, Meri Brown, being the relevant “victim” in the discussion.

* Questions seeking to divert the subject and/or showing disrespect to Stacy Slotnick will be immediately deleted.

* No “Trolling” allowed.

Raise your gavels and get your questions ready — because court will be in session, tomorrow morning at 10 ET!!  See you then!    


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