Tourism director sues to get job back after being fired for accidentally livestreaming nude video


A fired Louisiana tourism director wants her job back after mistakenly live-streaming herself nude on an Instagram account managed by the Webster Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Lynn Dorsey, 61, posted what was intended to be a private message for her husband in December and was “unaware the video was being fed live to the Instagram account,” the Minden Press-Herald reported.

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“It was a horrible, honest mistake,” Dorsey said. “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.”

And while the chairman of the tourism board agreed something went wrong, Dorsey was canned in February.

Now she is suing to get her job back, alleging the board “failed to comply with the requirements of the Louisiana open meetings law” during that closed-door session, Fox affiliate WVUE reported.

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What are your thoughts? Should Dorsey get her job back or was her termination warranted?

Tom Tillison


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