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Case File: Artemis vs. Zeus

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Case Description: Complainant (Artemis) accuses Defendant (Zeus) of fraud and sexual assault. Zeus seduced Callisto, Artemis's virgin nymph companion, by taking the form of Artemis herself.

Case Status: Case pending. A countersuit has been filed by Zeus, accusing Artemis of murder, because she subsequently changed Callisto into a bear and shot her.

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