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Tourism Director Accidentally Shows The World Private Video

Live-streaming has revolutionized the way people interact. This new technology helps bring people together and also provides a great opportunity for embarrassing mishaps.

It seems that 61-year-old Louisiana resident Lynn Dorsey found had to learn about the dangers of live streaming at the school of hard knocks. Note that Dorsey worked as the tourism director for the small city of Webster Parish in Louisiana.

Dorsey was responsible for managing social media accounts for the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors' Bureau, and had received excellent evaluations at her job for over a decade.

On a recent business trip in Baton Rouge, Dorsey made sure to bring her Bureau-issued iPhone 7, so she could post on the Bureau's social media accounts as necessary.

Dorsey also used the phone to contact her husband while she was out of town.

So, in an effort to keep the passion in her marriage alive, Dorsey live streamed a striptease for her husband using the iPhone at around 10 pm one night.

Apparently, Dorsey danced nude in front of the camera for almost a half hour, and was intending to forward the video to her husband.

Right about then she figured out she had made a major mistake.

A local newspaper employee called Dorsey around 10:30 p.m. to tell her she was actually live-streaming the nude dance to the public.

Dorsey says she was totally embarrassed at her error. She noted: “It was a horrible, honest mistake. I am mortified. I would never send that type of content out intentionally. It was a very private message for my husband; it was a brand new phone and a new Instagram feature. I am a new Instagram user, and unfortunately I pressed the wrong button.”

Things got even worse, as Dorsey was placed on leave from her job in January 2017, and then terminated a few weeks later in February.

After some thought, Dorsey has decided she’s fighting back.

The nude-dancing tourist director filed a lawsuit against the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors' Bureau demanding that she be reinstated. Dorsey is also asking for compensation to cover damages, civil penalties, and legal fees in the lawsuit.

Source: Independent Journal Review
Photos: Lynn Dorsey/Facebook

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