Oct 262011
 October 26, 2011  Posted by  Breaches, Court

Kevin Koeninger reports:

An abused wife who wrote the book, “I Married a Pedophile: From Dysfunctional to Healthy Choices,” under a pen name, claims the vanity press that published it broke its promise to keep her real name confidential, causing her “public humiliation, isolation and rejection from her immediate and extended family, friends and community.”

The plaintiff, D.M. whose pen name is Sharelynne Phillips, seeks punitive damages from Trafford Publishing. Her federal complaint alleges privacy invasion, breach of contract and emotional distress.

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