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Lesbian Sues Sheriff Over Gay Convertion Therapy

Amanda Booker is suing the Bartow County Sheriff’s Department and others after they took her to the house of an evangelical ?ex-gay therapist? in an attempt to convert her from being a lesbian.

The GaVoice reports:

A Bartow County lesbian is suing the Bartow County Sheriff?s Department and others after she alleges her constitutional rights were violated when she was taken to a private residence for ex-gay conversion therapy rather than to a court-mandated psychiatric hospital for her drug abuse.

The lawsuit, filed May 13 in the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of Georgia by Amanda Booker, names as defendants Bartow County, Bartow County Commissioner Clarence Brown, Sheriff Clark Milsap and sheriff department employees Mark Mayton, Nathan Gibbs, Pam Ploof and Amanda Pedifer. Individuals Gary Allen Covington, Chris McDowell and Donna Dupree McDowell are also named as defendants.

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