http://www.wsbtv.com/news/25419942/detail.htmlATLANTA -- A Georgia woman is suing talk show host Tyra Banks after her daughter appeared on an episode of the Tyra Banks Show that showcased teen sex addicts.
In the suit, Beverly McClendon claimed that her 15-year-old daughter appeared on the 2009 episode without McClendon's permission.
McClendon said she didn't even know her daughter was appearing on the show. She said the show flew her daughter to New York City and provided lodging without her consent. When McClendon couldn't find her daughter, she filed a missing person's report.
McClendon said she was harmed because the show was watched by "sexual deviants, perverts and pedophiles."
She is suing Banks and Warner Brothers Entertainment to block re-runs of the episode and for $3 million.