A Georgia mother said she went to a Radioshack store to pick up a new phone for her 13-year-old daughter, only to find out that the device contained graphic pornography.
Attorney Curt Thompson filed a lawsuit on behalf of the mother, Marcia Jones, and her daughter, Morgan, of Lithonia, against the electronics store and the cell phone carrier Sprint, which licensed the device.
According to Thompson, in June of 2011, the mother and daughter went to a Radioshack in Lithonia to buy two HTC Evo 4G phones. The store did not have them in stock, so they went to the Radioshack in Stonecrest Mall instead.
There, Jones picked up the two devices, believing them to be brand new, but as it became apparent later, the devices were refurbished.
'These were apparently used phones that someone had used. They had used them to upload pornographic pictures,' Thompson told a local news station.
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