Woman says a Tinder date tried to SUE HER for refusing sex with him

Woman claims her Tinder date tried to SUE HER after she refused to have sex with him because of his bad hygiene – revealing he served her with papers and accused her of ‘breaking a verbal contract’

  • Emily Mackinnon, who is known as @authentically_emi on social media, shared her outrageous story in a series of TikTok videos
  • The Canadian TikToker said it all started when she matched with a law student named Chad on Tinder and went back to his place after their date
  • She explained that she was about to hook up with  him, but when he took off  his clothes, she was hit with a foul smell and saw he had skid marks in his underwear
  • Emily claimed that he tried to sue her a few days later and even served her with papers accusing of her of ‘breaking a verbal contract’ 
  • She said nothing came of the letter after she reported him to his lawyer dad
  • However, he allegedly sent her a cease and desist letter this week after she talked about him on her new podcast, ‘Been There Bestie’
  • The letter she shared accuses her of ‘slander,’ but she was assured by a lawyer that he can’t sue her because she never named him in the podcast

A Canadian woman has claimed that a former Tinder match tried to sue her because she wouldn’t have sex with him – insisting that she was in breach of their ‘verbal contract.’

Emily Mackinnon, who is known as @authentically_emi on social media, shared her outrageous story in a series of TikTok videos, alleging that he also sent her a cease and desist letter after she talked about him on her new podcast, ‘Been There Bestie.

‘So we matched on Tinder. He was a law student at the time. We went back to his place. It was implied that we were gonna hook up, but I never explicitly stated that,’ she explained. 

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Say what? Canadian Emily Mackinnon has claimed in a video that her former Tinder date tried to sue her for ‘breaking a verbal contract’ after she refused to have sex with him 


Take that: Emily claimed that she left his place because he smelled and had ‘skid marks’ on his underwear. He allegedly tried to  sue her, but she reported him to his lawyer dad

Emily said she bailed on the hookup after her date — who is only referred to as Chad — took off his undergarments and she was hit with a pungent whiff of body odor and feces. 

‘I was standing up, and I still smelled it, okay,’ she recalled. ‘There was like skid marks in his undies, and he had not washed in a long time, and he needed some new Fruit of the Looms.’   

According to the podcaster, the aspiring lawyer didn’t take the rejection well and tried to come after her legally.

‘I left and a few days later, he had paid someone to serve me with papers to like sue me for breaking a verbal contract,’ she claimed. ‘But it’s okay. I fixed it because he had spend a bunch of the time telling me about how his dad’s lawyer, so I made an appointment with his dad and just like told on him to his dad.

‘And now he’s a real lawyer employed by his dad,’ she added. ‘And to Chad, the man who tried to sue me, I know you watch ever single thing that I do. We met one time. You’re musty. That’s really lame. You need to move it along buddy.’ 

Years have gone by since the alleged lawsuit attempt, but Emily claimed he came after her again in response to a teaser clip about him that she released for her podcast. 

In the short clip, she called out her former date’s poor hygiene, though she never stated who she was talking about.    

Emily played the clip in question in another TikTok video, and she couldn’t resist laughing as she listened to the audio. 

‘We get to the stage where he is removing his undergarments, and when I tell you it was a sight — it was a f**king sight,’ she said in the podcast promo. ‘There was trails.  There was a vague smell. I had to get the f**k out. I had to evacuate, abort mission.’ 

She claimed in another clip that she was just woken up from her midday nap by someone who had served her with a cease and desist — a document sent to a person or a business to stop allegedly illegal activity. 

Years later: The same man, whom she referred to as Chad, allegedly sent her a cease and desist letter this week after she talked about him on her new podcast, ‘Been There Bestie’

Hard to handle: She claimed in another clip that she was just woken up from her midday nap by someone who had served her with the cease and desist

‘I released a teaser on TikTok of my podcast…which was a clip of me telling a story about the guy who tried to sue me because I wouldn’t hook up with him,’ she explained.

‘And less than 12 hours after that was posted, I got served with a cease and desist. So I took it down and I went to talk to a lawyer, and it’s apparently not slander because nobody can tell who he is. And also, is it slander if it’s true?’ 

Other TikTokers were stunned by her unbelievable story, with one person commenting: ‘Wait.. What?? This can’t be real!’  

Emily responded by sharing a video of the alleged document, saying: ‘Besties, I know this story is insane, so I come with receipts. This is the cease and desist letter.’

‘I can’t find the original suing me letter because it was years ago. I don’t think that I still have it. If I find it, I’ll post it,’ she added. 

She covered up her address and Chad’s last name for privacy reasons, noting: ‘Obviously, I can’t show his last name, even thoughI want to.’

Good to go? The letter accuses her of ‘slander,’ but she was assured by a lawyer that he can’t sue her because she never named him in the podcast

Wild: ‘I called his law firm and this was apparently something he did “one his own time” and should have had the law firm logo on it,’ she explained in the comments 

‘Dear Emily,’ the letter opens, ‘Slander of the victim, [name redacted], by online social media platforms specifically TikTok under the username “your.big.sis.emi”. Such slander includes but is not limited to negative comments regarding the victims personal hygiene practices. 

‘This slanderous activity has potential to result in loss of income for the victim due to reputation damage. This will serve as your legal notice to cease and desist all further actions described above [sic].’

Emily bashed the message, which featured grammatical errors, saying: ‘I feel like it’s not a very high quality letter for like a lawyer. I feel like I could write that. I feel like it’s out of like a template or some bulls**t, but anyway, who am I.’

In comments, she claimed she had taken the letter to a lawyer and was told she has nothing to worry about. 

‘The lawyer I talked to pretty much laughed at this,’ she wrote. ‘It’s very not legit so I’m not concerned in the least that it’s going to go anywhere. 

‘I called his law firm and this was apparently something he did “one his own time” and should have had the law firm logo on it.’

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