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Teacher Wins ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Lawsuit

Texas educator Jennifer Pedroza was awarded $11.5 million in a lawsuit claiming that as an employee of Writer’s Coffee Shop, the original publisher of Fifty Shades Of Grey, Pedroza was defrauded of royalties from the erotic novel’s subsequent success. What do you think?

  • “I hate to see the close-knit erotica community wracked by this kind of scandal.”

    Jeff White Tome Duster
  • “Defrauding your business partner completely undermines the novel’s themes of empathy and generosity.”

    Marla Bowen Transit Critic
  • “Good for her. All of our teachers deserve to be making a comfortable living from royalty disputes.”

    Jonah Herrero Amateur Exonerator

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