Oregon mother, daughter reportedly sued for writing bad reviews of church online Published May 14, 2012 | FoxNews.com An Oregon pastor is reportedly suing a mother and her daughter for $500,000 after the two blogged about the church and described it as "cult-like." Pastor Charles O'Neal of the Beaverton Grace Bible Church claims reviews on a blog started by former church member Julie Anne Smith amount to defamation. Smith, who says "the story of spiritual abuse needs to be told," described O'Neal and his church outside Portland as "creepy" and "cult-like." She described him calling for church elders to search closets of female congregants for clothes that are too revealing, among other lessons from the pulpit. Read more: Oregon mother, daughter reportedly sued for writing bad reviews of church online | Fox News I visited that woman's website. She accuses the church of "legalism" because she overheard, at the church, a teenager say to his friend that the short-shorts her teenage-son was wearing were too short. "Legalism" is a term shit-brained pseudo-Christians use when they object to someone having higher standards than they have themselves. No teenage boy should wear short-shorts, ever, let alone at church. The unfit mother defends herself by saying that they don't make shorts for skinny, tall kids, and her son is skinny and tall. So it's not her fault that she dresses her son like a fag? The First Amendment will go a long way to protect the malicious speech of this crazy bitch, Julie Anne Smith. But, she said some things that the First Amendment shouldn't protect. For example, she accuses the pastor of knowingly letting sex offenders access the children's rooms unguarded and weekly. If she can't support that charge, she should lose the lawsuit.