It’s safe to say Amy Graham and her husband won’t be taking their business to Jeff Smith Chevrolet of Georgia anymore. Jalopnik reports after Graham posted a negative comment about the dealership experience on social media, the dealership threatened to release nude photos of her.
The report states Graham and her husband traded two vehicles, a Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Silverado, towards two new cars. In the process, the dealer agreed and signed a document to install leather seating for the couple, but after realizing the Silverado being taken on trade was not a good deal, it reneged on the deal.
Graham then took to social media to announce her displeasure. The dealership followed up stating installation of the leather seating would not take place until the comment was taken down. After Graham refused, the dealer then threatened with the nude photographs.
From the initial report:
The employee said the dealership would share the photos with Graham’s husband if she didn’t remove the negative comment. He went on to say he knew she was a teacher, a statement she took as a threat that the photos would be revealed to her school.
It’s still unclear if the photos actually existed, or if the dealership employee was bluffing. Still, it was enough for Graham to sue the Chevrolet dealership for publicly disclosing “embarrassing private facts.”