Woman claims smelly Tinder date tried to sue her for not having sex
She didn’t want him to take her to a hip city.
A Canadian claims a smelly Tinder date tried to prosecute her for refusing sex – because he claims she violated their “verbal contract.” A video chronicle the tumultuous incident currently has nearly 250,000 views on TikTok.
The alleged victim, Emily Mackinnon, set the nauseating backdrop. “So we teamed up on Tinder,” she said in the video. “He was a law student at the time. We returned to his house. It was implied that we were going to connect, but I never said it explicitly.
However, the influencer quickly unplugged the hanky-panky after her date “took off her underwear” and released the stench, she said.
“I was on my feet and still felt it,” Mackinnon recounted, adding that “there were like skid marks in his underwear and that he hadn’t washed in a long time and had need a new Fruit of the Looms “.
Suffice it to say that the aspiring lawyer did not appreciate her turning her nose on him and decided to take legal action.
“I left and a few days later he paid someone to use the papers to sue me for breach of a verbal contract,” Mackinnon said. “But it’s OK. I arranged it because he had spent a lot of time telling me about his dad being a lawyer, so I made an appointment with his dad and just told his story. to his father.
She concluded the video by lambasting her former funk boyfriend, who is now said to be a true “lawyer employed by her father,” according to the clip.
The disgusted girl wrote: “And to Chad, the man who tried to chase me, I know you watch every thing I do. We met once. You got musty. It sucks. Really bad. You got to get it going, mate.
Years have passed since the failed trial, but Mackinnon’s smelly old game recently stirred up a stench after she recounted the funky fiasco in a promo for her new podcast, “Been There Bestie,” in which she played a humorous excerpt in a TikTok video.
“We come to the stage where he takes off his underwear. And when I tell you it was a show – it was a terrible show, ”Mackinnon can be heard describing in the trailer.
Less than 12 hours later, the podcaster would have received a cease and desist order, a document requiring someone to stop suspected illegal activity.
She shared the laughable letter in another TikTok clip.
“Dear Emily,” the so-called legal letter read. “Slander of the victim, Chad [last name redacted], by online social media platforms, in particular TikTok under the username “your big sister emi” […] includes, but is not limited to, negative comments regarding victims [sic] personal hygiene practices.
The stinking suitor added that “Mackinnon’s slanderous activity could result in loss of income for the victim due to damage to his reputation” and ordered him to “cease and desist from all other described actions. “.
Fortunately, the doc had nothing to worry about, according to a litigator Mackinnon knew.
“The lawyer I spoke to had a good laugh about it,” the online personality wrote in the comments. In a previous video, the lawyer also told him that his actions were “apparently not slander because no one can tell who he is.”
Mackinnon had apparently also called his law firm, which informed her that he had composed the document “at his own pace”. It didn’t even have the law firm’s logo on it, she said.
Social media was hysterical because of the expensive incident.
“Wait what ?? This can’t be real !!” one onlooker said in dismay about the sex lawsuit.
Another online commenter wrote: “What about no means no anytime !! It is the only contract that a person can break! “
“It’s amazing too if you see this Chad, come forward and go do the laundry,” exclaimed another.
One commentator suggested that Mackinnon try to kick the man off the bar, to which she replied: “I want to but I also don’t want to ruin someone’s entire career like I would feel bad even if I did. he’s a creep. “