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A D.C. woman says she was unlawfully accused of indecent exposure after breastfeeding her infant in a public building.

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Simone dos Santos was breastfeeding her infant in a government building in Washington when she was asked to stop by security guards.

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‘I was shocked, upset and angry that by providing food for my son I was being treated like a criminal,’ Ms dos Santos wrote following for the Washington Post’s The Root DC.

Ms dos Santos, an attorney, says she was covering her 4-month old with a jacket in the Henry J. Daley building when she was approached by the two security guards asking her to stop.

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