A federal judge has denied a transgender inmate’s motions to amend her complaint and strike portions of the defendant’s motion for summary judgment, saying her request for injunctive relief to obtain a single-occupancy cell was outside the scope of her initial complaint.

Plaintiff Michelle Lynne Kosilek is a transgender woman serving a life sentence in the Massachusetts state prison system.

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