“Enough time is passed [and] the case is now over that I can disclose that my dumb little dog got called out in the Superior Court for humping,” starts the Twitter thread from Toronto litigator Angela Chaisson.

Last fall, Chaisson was making her closing arguments in a sexual assault case. Her camera was turned off because she “hates seeing myself on Zoom” when she noticed the judge was a bit distracted, leading her to believe she was probably going to lose the case, she told Law.com International.