If a woman willingly enters a magicians "box" thinking it is a job interview to be his sidekick, is told she will be confined for under 3 minutes, and is actually only confined for 2.5 minutes, can she sue for false imprisonment if she finds out later that the magician is not actually a magician but a man who gets a thrill from locking women in a box? Did she consent by fraud? Because she willingly entered the box, was not kept in the box longer then the time stated, and was not harmed in any way, is this false imprisonment? Thanks.
this must happen lot, julie figure.
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