Judge Judy ’Gags’ At Grindr Case
It finally happened - Judge Judith Sheindlin heard a case involving Grindr.
On Monday night’s episode of "Judge Judy" Judge Judy presided over a case involving an older gentleman, a college student, "unpaid loans," and the gay hookup app, Grindr, Gawker reports.
The case: The 47-year-old plaintiff sued defendant Aaron Murphy, a 23-year-old college student, for unpaid loans, but Murphy says those loans were a gift.
Naturally, Judge Judy asked Murphy how the two men met.
"Um, we met on a, um...social website," said Murhpy. "Um, it’s actually called Grindr...Grindr, it’s an app. For your phone or your iPad. It’s a social app that tells you where homosexual males are and their proximity. To where you are."
He then said they met in person at an Applebee’s and told Judge Judy he was only on Grindr to make friends (haven’t we all heard that one before).
But don’t worry, Judge Judy was not having any of that.
"Mr. Murphy, so, what you’re telling me, sir, is you went on this website in order to find someone who had the same sexual predisposition you did?" she asked.
"Um, no, actually, it was just to make friends," Murphy replied.