Defendant: Knocked-Up Nelly
Count 1: Misspelling a brand name, a misdemeanor.
Count 2: Distributing a spelling error via junk email.
Report: Officer was made aware of “Knocked-Up Nelly” via unsolicited commercial email (a.k.a. “spam”). The normal inclination to immediately assign the item to junk mail was interrupted by the horrific concept of pornography coupled with late-term pregnancy. Officer was then further appalled to discover the misspelled counterfeit clothing brand, which incidentally hails from Paris and not Milano as the skirt implies.
Fine: $218, and a perpetual restraining order against sending photos of pregnant women in three-ways.