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A mother in Colorado is suing Facebook, alleging that the social media platform has contributed to her daughter's mental health issues.
Cecelia Tesch, the mother of 13-year-old R.P., whose full name isn't revealed in court documents, filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Denver, according to FOX 5.
Court documents describe R.P. as a heavy user of Facebook who began showing addictive behavior when she began using the platform at the age of 7.
"R.P. interest in any activity other than viewing and posting on Facebook progressively declined," the lawsuit states.
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