Donald Trump’s Lawyers Take Down 17-Year Old Girl’s Kitten Website (DEBUNKED)
Ron Perillo / 1 year ago
Who would have thought Donald Trump does not like being grabbed by a pussy? According to FOX News, the sitting US President has sent his team of lawyers to take down kittenfeed.com which had an interactive video game that lets users scratch an image of President Trump with kitten paws. The team of lawyers issued a cease-and-desist letter to kittenfeed.com’s site owner, a 17-year old girl named Lucy from San Francisco.
Lucy started the website back in February on the side while she was looking for a job as a developer. The website’s domain used to be called trumpscratch.com but after an initial cease-and-desist letter in defense of the “Trump” brand name was sent by Donald Trump’s lawyers on March 1, she changed the name to kittenfeed.com.
“I really just want people to be aware that this is a president who’s clearly more concerned about what people think of him than doing things of substance,” says Lucy.
“The fact that as president he still has teams going around bothering to shut down silly sites like mine is outrageous. Literally all my site is, is punching him with kitten paws. A president should not have the time or care to hire people to shut sites like mine down. He should be running the country, not tweeting about TV ratings or anything else like that.”
Online sleuths at Snopes.com have published an article debunking the original article from Hollywood Reporter/Observer. Alan Garten, executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at the Trump Organization have denied sending any cease-and-desist letters, stating “This is completely false. No such letter was sent by us”.
The article also notes inconsistencies with the original claim of having the TrumpScratch.com live for three weeks before it received the first cease-and-desist letter as the domain was apparently not registered until March 21, 2017, a day after the Observer article went online.