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University Of Idaho Professor Sues TikTok Psychic Over Murder Claims

The lawsuit claims Ashley Guillard told her 100K TikTok followers baseless claims that professor Rebecca Scofield was involved in four recent murders.
Posted at 3:20 PM, Dec 26, 2022

A professor at the University of Idaho is suing a TikTok user for making bogus statements about her in connection with the four students killed in an off-campus house.    

Rebecca Scofield — the chair of the history department — is suing the Texas woman after she accused Scofield of being involved in the murders.

The lawsuit was filed against Ashley Guillard, a self-proclaimed psychic, who told her 100,000 TikTok followers baseless claims that Scofield was somehow involved in the deaths and even shared her picture.

Still Unanswered Questions In The Stabbings Of 4 Idaho Students

Still Unanswered Questions In The Stabbings Of 4 Idaho Students

This heinous crime and the mystery around it has gripped the nation, sparking immense speculation surrounding the details of the killings.

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The teacher says she had never met the four victims and was out of town when the attack took place. 

It's been more than a month since the killings and investigators have yet to name a suspect.

The case has garnered a lot of attention online, causing a lot of rumors to be spread.