Woman says she was subpoenaed for indecent exposure in crop tops

In a viral TikTok, a woman says she’s been charged with “indecent exposure” for wearing a black crop top and denim shorts during a “family event.” TikToker Casey (@kazzi112) posted the clip on Sunday with the caption “MAKE IT MAKE SENSE.”

In the clip, she shows off her outfit and says, “You know what? do you see my outfit I got a damn indecent exposure ticket in Winnfield, Louisiana.”

“All my parts are covered,” she says. “Are you kidding me? At a family event where alcohol is literally being given out for free and three policewomen came up to me and gave me a fucking fine.”

“I live a mile down the road. They could have said, “Hey ma’am, can you get some clothes on?” And I would have said, ‘Yeah, cool, I’ll be right back,'” she continues. “But no, they stood there and gave me a damn fine for indecent exposure. Are you kidding me?”

As of Friday, TikTok has over 3 million views.

@kazzi112 MAKE IT MAKE SINSE #fuckem #indecentexposure #bs ♬ Original sound – Casey

Several users defended the woman in the comments.

“What the hell is going on in Winnfield in 1835?” wrote one viewer.

“It’s Louisiana it’s going to be hot and muggy what else to wear,” commented another user.

“Sounds to me like internalized misogyny on your part,” wrote another TikToker.

In a second TikTok, Casey adds context to the situation.

@kazzi112 keep reporting and I’ll keep posting!! You won’t shut me up! I did nothing wrong!!! #bs #faceit #offended? ♬ Original sound – Casey

“It’s hot so I’m wearing a crop top and shorts. I’m sitting on the curb with my family,” she says. “We’re just sitting there enjoying the band when I look over and see three policewomen coming my way.”

“I didn’t think anything of it,” she continues. “I did nothing wrong.”

She says they stopped her and she asked what was going on.

“She says, ‘I’ll give you a subpoena. I ask her why and she says, “Look at you.” Casey mimics the police officer’s alleged gestures on her outfit.

The TikToker argued that she saw “teens walking around in less just five minutes ago” and that she could go home and change.

“At this point I’m embarrassed. Anyone who really knows me knows I’ve never worn anything like this in public, literally. I’m usually the one who covers everything, but it was hot and I thought, you know what, I feel good about it,” she says. “The first day I wear something revealing, I get punished for it.”

She says public indecency is a crime in Louisiana.

“I want justice, I want this to be heard,” she says. “I’m tired of you abusing your power. I’m done.”

The obscenity law states that the crime must be “premeditated” and includes: “Exposure of the genitals, pubic hair, anus, vulva or female nipples in a public or public place or in a jail or jail, with intent.” to arouse sexual desire or appeals to a lustful interest or is patently objectionable.”

According to Elizabeth B. Carpenter, a Louisiana attorney, not only will you be fined at least $1,000, but you could also be jailed for at least six months — and that’s only for the first conviction.

The Daily Dot reached out to Casey via TikTok comment for this story.

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*Initial publication: June 17, 2022 at 6:31 p.m. CDT

Kathleen Wang

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