Lawsuit Claims Woman Was a Victim of Dexter's Creepy Advertising

Fall blamed on 'shocking and menacing' stairwell ad

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Dexter usually doesn't leave his victims alive, but this seems to be an exception.

Ajanaffy Njewadda claims in a lawsuit that she fell, broke her ankle and suffered a concussion last year after being frightened by Grand Central Terminal advertising for the final season of Showtime's crime series Dexter.

Njewadda claims in a Bronx Supreme Court filing that she was so scared by the "shocking and menacing" image of star Michael C. Hall—shown covered in cellophane, which his character often used to wrap his victims—that she tumbled down some stairs, sustaining her injuries.



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