Yes it's true, they're arguing over underpants in a Tennessee detention center:
"The issue over underwear at the detention center, dubbed by Bean as "pantygate" began earlier this year when Assistant Public Defender James Owen filed a "motion for panties" on behalf of two girls who had been housed at the facility.
Owen argued that the girls had suffered psychological trauma as a result of sharing underwear.
Until recently, detainees could wear their own underwear if relatives supplied them. Bean complained that he wound up supplying underwear for the lion's share of detainees anyway. Allowing relatives to bring in underwear for others created a two-tier laundry system that was cumbersome for staff, he said.
So, he scrapped the policy and instead decided that all detainees would share underwear communal-style.
Eeeew. Call Martha.
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