Theater sues Idaho military over ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ flap
January 21, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey
BOISE, Idaho — A museum is suing a Idaho State Police for melancholy to devaluate a wine permit after a museum served ethanol while display “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
The Idaho Statesman reports Idaho law prohibits places protected to offer ethanol from display cinema that etch passionate acts.
The military contend Village Cinema in Meridian served drink and rum to clandestine detectives examination “Fifty Shades” in a 21-and-older VIP area. A military mouthpiece pronounced a group is tasked with support a state’s laws and either or not they are current is a doubt for a courts to decide.
The cinema claims a police’s try to devaluate a wine permit is unconstitutional since it violates a First Amendment’s free-speech protections.