Angry woman summons man to court for failing to show up on a date he set up with her, demands N4m

A furious Michigan woman, QaShontae Short, has not taken it kindly with man who stood her up on a date.

She resorted to drag the man to court and sued him for $10,000 (4,154,200) for failing his promise.

As if that weren’t intriguing enough, video footage that has now gone viral depicts the lady being irritated with the judge during the virtual court case, sparking a lot of discussion online.

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According to court documents acquired by TMZ, Short allegedly filed a lawsuit against Richard Jordan in 2020, alleging that Jordan “did not show and departed on her mother’s birthday and her mom had just passed away.”

Jordan was sued by the aggrieved woman for intentionally causing her mental anguish on the grounds that he intentionally injured her by putting her down.

The court proceeding, which was broadcast on Zoom, reportedly descended into chaos because Short and the judge disagreed on whether Jordan’s romantic no-show job constituted a crime.

Short’s case was not justiciable in district court, according to Judge Herman Marable Jr., who was presiding over the case in Flint, Michigan, and he suggested that it be taken to circuit court.

Daily mall reported that Short asserted that Jordan lied about going on the date with her, and Marable argued angrily that Short is unable to evaluate that.

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Eventually, after Short had been silenced and jumped off the Zoom call, Judge Marable orders the case to be transferred to a circuit court.

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