Hadley Jons of Warren, Michigan got herself in trouble when she updated the status on herÂ Facebook profile page. A Macomb County judge has removed her from the jury she was to serve on and she'll have to be back in court Thursday to face the judge's wrath and possibly be found in contempt of court. Before the trial was finished, the 20 year old was a bit too eager to share with her Facebook friends what she thought the verdict would be. It was the son of defense attorney Saleema Sheikh who, while checking out juror's names, discovered Jons' status update which said that it was "gonna be fun to tell the defendant they're guilty." Sheikh would like to see Jons get a little jail time.
There seems to be quite a few accounts lately of people experiencing problems because they haven't taken the time to adjust privacy settings at their favorite social media sites or perhaps they just don't understand that their privacy is not automatically guaranteed. If you haven't checked your Facebook privacy settings, please do it now or don't post anything that you don't think is appropriate for the whole world to see. Hadley Jons is learning a hard lesson.