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Momma Perez Is Ready For Vegas!!

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We're about a month away until we head to Vegas for our guest-hosting stint with Chippendales!!!!

And Momma Perez is perhaps even more excited than us!!!

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Woman Seeking Asylum From Domestic Abuse Sues Trump Administration For Taking Her 7-Year-Old Son!

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What could Donald Trump possibly say to justify this??

Beata Mariana de Jesus Mejia-Mejia is a Guatemalan national who came to the United States seeking asylum from a dangerous domestic abuse situation in which she feared for her life.

When she did, all she found was more abuse — at the hands of the U.S. government, who took her 7-year-old son, Darwin, by force and refused to tell her where he was.

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Now, according to a DailyMail.com report, she's filed a lawsuit which will test Trump's cruel policy toward immigrants.

Here's some background:

For years the U.S. has granted abused women asylum because the misogynistic governments of their home countries were unwilling to protect a woman from her husband.

We were the good guys.

Last week Attorney General Jeff Sessions officially dropped the protection for abused women.

Mejia-Mejia may have gotten in under the wire as she entered back in May. But she was still subject to the new "family separation" policy.

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In order to seek asylum, you have to be in the country, which means you have to enter illegally then make your request.

Under Trump's new "zero tolerance" policy, everyone who enters illegally, no matter the reason, is thrown into a prison camp and prosecuted. Not turned away, not sent back. Jailed.

More cruelly, as has caused much controversy over the past couple weeks, is the new policy of taking these parents' children away — sometimes by trickery and sometimes by force — and throwing them into their own prison camps.

It's that policy Mejia-Mejia is challenging with her lawsuit, filed in Federal District Court on Tuesday against 6 federal agencies and 10 senior officials.

The suit says after Mejia-Mejia turned herself in to Border Patrol to request asylum, agents refused to tell her where they were taking her boy:

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