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The term came into common usage with the 2010 documentary "Catfish," and later in an MTV show of the same name that explored online dating.
Attorney David Oscar Markus released a statement saying Allen took legal action in an effort to end threats against him and his family, and that Allen was the victim "of an online scheme to extract money and embarrass him by someone who appears to be troubled."In the filing, Allen said Coleman threatened to reveal details of their conversations, and that the sides eventually struck a deal to keep everything private.
Allen said that deal has been violated and that Coleman has continued to harass him and his family through several social media accounts."He posted about Ray's wife, Ray's children, Ray's dog, Ray's homes, Ray's wife's restaurant, and numerous other personal items," the motion read.
"Coleman not only posted about these things, he would actually post while physically located inside Ray's wife's restaurant in Orlando.