*Whips out her Internets Law Degree from the University Of Did Mock Trial A Couple Times And It Was A Defamation Case This Year*
I'm sure in her universe, it's libel. To be libel, these conditions have to be met:
*A statement was made to third parties.
*It was false
*It was damaging
*It was made with actual malice - the person saying it either knew it was false, or completely didn't care to even bother to try to figure out if it was false.
The statement was made to third parties, she probably thinks it's false, accusations of being immoral and unfit to teach are certainly damaging, and I'm sure in her bizarre parallel universe she thinks that since hers is the One Right Way in which anyone disagreeing with her must have recklessly disregarded the truth or falsity of the statement, because obviously a moment's thought would reveal that she's right.
It must be interesting on that planet of hers.
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