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Wednesday, 12 March 2014

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The chicken who got falsely accused.

The newest episode of Desire Washington accusing a foster farm chicken has recently been surrounded in controversy due to the fighting will of the chicken who was falsely accused.

The chicken was accused of forcing Desire Washington to sit on an egg.

The tension of that moment was captured with six hours of gripping testimony. In an occasionally ghastly account of the events surrounding the 45 minutes she spent in the hotel room at the Canterbury, trying to sit on a grimy egg when it cracked and a bowel stinky smell engulfed the motel room.

Based on Washington's account of events the chicken told her, "You've nothing to do, and I do need a rest. Would you like to sit on the egg in my nest?"

"I'll hurry right back. Why, I'll never be missed."

Washington then stated," Very well, since you insist. I'll stay and be faithful, I mean what I say, a Nubian queen faithful one-hundred percent."

Defense attorneys for the chicken are questioning why Desire Washington would visit a motel room to meet with a farm raised chicken? It's common knowledge that chickens lay eggs at hotel rooms and they share the burden of hatching eggs with their partners.

Evidence has surfaced that Washington previously lied about sitting on a chicken egg. She was dating a free range chicken and her father discovered the relationship. Instead of telling her father she was hatching eggs for the chicken she accused the chicken of making her lay an egg.

The police confronted her with the fact that people don't lay eggs. She then accused the chicken of forcing her to sit on the egg, but she later recanted her story. She told the police that she lied about the chicken who it turns out was her girlfriend. She had a Halloween costume of a rooster hiding in her closet and she had been secretly dressing in drag for the chicken.

The foster farm chicken eventually settled a lawsuit with Washington for one million dollars.

"Women need to take responsibilities for their actions by not dating a chicken they don't want to be with," said chicken defense attorney Johnny Cockoran.

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