A Connecticut college student whose name and images from spring break in Miami were used on Snapchat Discover has sued the social media platform and a British tabloid for defamation and invasion of privacy.

The lawsuit filed Sept. 14 claims Olivia Freiler’s name and photo were used on Snapchat Discover under the headline “Sex, Drugs and Spring Break—College Students Descend on Miami to Party in Oceans of Booze and Haze of Pot Smoke.”

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