If I made that unclear, my apologies. The situation I described was that a young woman had posed for a photographer. A modest amount of time passed, and she was killed in a car accident. Her parents (representing her estate) sued the photographer, claiming she was a good (insert choice of faith here) girl, and would never have willingly done such a thing. If I recall correctly, the photographer had a poorly executed model release, and so the parents were able to create doubt about the intent of their daughter, and bankrupted the photographer. Now, exactly what was in that release, I have no idea. It could have been something scrawled on a napkin, at which point the photographer deserved what he got.