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Author Stephen King Was Sued By A Twitter User For A Bizarre Reason

Author Stephen King Was Sued By A Twitter User For A Bizarre Reason

One of the famous authors in the world, Stephen King, seems to be facing an interesting case after sharing a new photo of his dog, Molly, on Twitter.

King posted a new photo of his friend Jon and dog Molly on his official Instagram page. Molly is a Cardigan Welsh Corgi who often appears on King’s Twitter feed. As you might see in the photo, Jon and Molly were both showing the angriest facial expressions. The author showed his reaction to the picture and captioned:

“Jon, aka the Thing of Bad, and Molly, aka the Thing of Evil, enjoy an advance screening of Russell Crowe in UNHINGED.”

Everybody knows that Stephen King calls his dog ‘Thing of Evil’, and there is not a special reason why he calls his pet like that.

However, a Twitter fan named Jonah stopped in the comment section to react to his caption and said that the fan would sue King for calling his pet as ‘evil.’

The fan wrote:

“I represent my client, Molly, and I daresay this is a yawn taken out of context. Your accusation of her being ‘evil’ is circumstantial at best, and we will see you in court for defamation of good girl character.”

Actually, it’s a subtle joke made by the fan, and the legendary author never faces the court for this reason.

Check out the Twitter post and comment below.

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