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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Holly Van Voast
Walking around topless in New York City is perfectly legal for males and females, but one woman, dubbed the "topless paparazzo," was illegally arrested several times and has won a $40,000 settlement against the city and its police department.
"All of us agreed I would really not do very well with a judge or a jury," she said. "That's just based on — you can look up any story about me online in the past two years, and the comments are just hideous. I was just a scapegoat for people's anger."
she claimed that police have arrested or detained her at least 10 times since 2011 for being topless in public.