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An Atlanta-area teen took Snapchat photos while driving her father's Mercedes 113 miles per hour in September 2015. (Victoria Walker/The Washington Post) Christal Mc Gee was behind the wheel of her father’s white Mercedes, 18-years-old and on her way home from work on a Thursday night in September 2015, when she pulled out her phone and opened the app.
She crashed the car and hit an Uber driver at more than 100 miles per hour. Snapchat has a filter that allows users to record their speed of travel, and she wanted to see how fast she could go.
The complaint and a statement from Wentworth’s lawyer, Michael L.
Neff, explain that night like this: Mc Gee was driving several of her friends home from work at a local restaurant in Hampton, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta.
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