A woman who gained international notoriety after police seized 75 purebred Great Danes from her home in 2017 is accusing a non-profit of improperly trying to profit from her case. Christina Fay’s arrest made global headlines due to the size and scale of the allegations, coupled with dramatic images of giant dogs living inside a filthy mansion set on 53 acres. She was ultimately found guilty of 17 counts of animal cruelty by a jury in Superior Court. On Wednesday, her lawyer argued before New Hampshire's highest court that her convictions should be overturned because of how some of the images taken inside of her home were used. Fay alleges the Humane Society of the United States, which assisted the Wolfeboro Police Department in carrying out its...
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Supreme Court Hears Appeal in Case of 75 Great Danes Seized from Wolfeboro Mansion