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Topic - Bettina Siegel
A former worker at a South Dakota beef processor is suing ABC News, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and a food blogger, saying their use of the phrase "pink slime" to describe one of the company's products led to him losing his job.
Siegel said she believes she is protected by the First Amendment.
Siegel acknowledges that the name doesn't hurt her cause, either.