The Natalia Garibotto and her daughter Natalie had to live with the fallout of the controversial viral videos she released in 2015.
The videos featured her showing off her body in public while nude and her mother Natalie posing with a gun.
A federal judge in Georgia ruled in June that the videos were illegal and a $20,000 fine was ordered against the Garibots for each one.
Natalie’s attorney, Michael Gannett, filed a motion to dismiss the case, arguing that the judge was incorrect in his finding.
But Georgia Supreme Court Justice Brian Broussard sided with Natalie’s attorneys, saying the videos should not be allowed on Instagram.
The case is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Natalia’s lawyers argue that Instagram’s rules were too restrictive for their client.
A photo posted by Natalie Garibot (@nataliagaribot) on Oct. 24, 2018 at 5:19pm PDT