Snapchat Is Being Sued For Exposing Children To 'Sexually Offensive' Material! See What The Lawsuit Says!
Snapchat – it's not for everyone!
The popular photo sharing app was sent a class action lawsuit on Thursday for allegedly exposing minors to "sexually offensive" material!
According to the suit, which was filed by celeb attorney Mark Geragos on behalf of a 14-year-old boy and his mother in the Central District of California, the app's Snapchat Discover feature frequently suggests sexually explicit content without a proper warning.
The complaint specifically points out a BuzzFeed feature that was promoted on the app earlier this month, which was titled "23 Pictures That Are Too Real If You've Ever Had Sex With a Penis."
The article featured several popular Disney characters associated with NSFW sexual acts and innuendo (you know, BuzzFeed's usual bread and butter), which the lawsuit claims is a violation of the Communications Decency Act.
In the court documents published by The Hollywood Reporter, the complaint reads: