TikTok is sued by family of Philly girl, 10, who died doing dangerous ‘blackout challenge’

The family of a 10-year-old girl who choked herself to death as part of a TikTok challenge is suing the video platform for negligence and having a ‘defective design.’

Nylah Anderson of Philadelphia was found unconscious in her mom’s bedroom closet on December 7.

She hung herself from a purse strap after seeing videos related to the ‘blackout challenge’ on the app’s ‘For You’ page, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court in Pennsylvania.

The challenge encourages users to…

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