The mother of a 15-year old girl who appeared without her permission on an episode of "The Tyra Banks Show" has sued Banks for $3 million, reports PopEater.com.
The lawsuit, filed Oct. 8 in federal court in Atlanta, alleges that the show contacted the daughter on her cell phone after she had responded to a request on the show’s Website looking for "sex addicts," the story says. The lawsuit alleges that the girl was picked up from her Georgia home in a limo and flown to New York, allegedly without her mother’s knowledge.
The mother, Beverly McClendon, claims she filed a missing person report with local police when she realized her daughter was gone. The suit also names Warner Bros. Entertainment and the show’s executive producers as defendants, the story says.