It literally only took her about three hours to code, which is basically how long it takes me to remember why I walked in a room.
At any rate, it sounds relatively harmless and like hours of mindless fun, hypothetically speaking, but what was meant as nothing more than a jokey website for coding practice has turned into a legal nightmare.
Yes, she is facing the wrath of the President himself.
Three weeks after her site went live, the teen received a cease and desist letter from “Trumps general counsel” in Trump tower in NYC.
As Im sure youre aware, the Trump name is internationally known and famous,” reads the letter, which describes Donald Trump as a “well-known businessman.”
Lucy, furious on principle alone, is not having this one bit.
I was going to just let this go, but I think its, pardon my French, fucking outrageous that the president of the United States has his team scouring the internet for sites like mine to send out cease and desists and legal action claims if we dont shut down, she told the Observer in an email. Meanwhile, he tweets about The Apprentice ratings and sends out power-drunk tweets about phone tapping. HOW ABOUT BEING THE PRESIDENT?
You go, girl!
Guided by a family lawyer, Lucy changed the name of the site to KittenFeed.com, but she said, “after changing, they still came at me.”
After changing the name, Lucy and her lawyer havent responded to the Trump counsel and are currently waiting to see what happens.
Its so sad that his administration is focused more on being liked, burying real news and taking down sites like mine as they supposedly make him look bad, she said.