Update: This is in reference to your response. “More important things to worry about” has nothing to do with me not agreeing with your and your clients practices of preying on people that had an unfortunate set of circumstances in the past.I care passionately about many issues that effect human/animal welfare, it does not mean I don’t also care about this practice your business and clients are engaging in. I also don’t care if a million people thought this practice was ok. I do not feel this is right and I am not alone in feeing this way.If I don’t like something, this is a free country and I am allowed to express my opinion in a review, if I don’t get a satisfactory response by contacting you directly (which I did contact your business directly, screen shots of my email were attached).Are you threatening me with a lawyer because I expressed my negative opinion of your business one a google review? What gives you the right to threaten me because I disagree with your practices? Very unprofessional response by a business owner. I feel bad for the people who work for you, lest they ever disagree with you.Original review:I have been on Slate’s email list for sometime. Today there is notice of a casting call for anyone that has ever been arrested, a “special project” where to qualify you must have actually been arrested and give the details of the arrest, plus all the identifying information to be picked for the casting.To give this information out on a billboard for a drinking and driving campaign with a Beer company they will pay $1,600 for a half day.I ask you Slate Model and Talent, what kind of world do we live in that you would prey on people that are not fortunate enough to know that this $1,600 to have their face and real arrest image tied to a drinking and driving campaign will cost them so much more (in terms of securing a good job and income) in the future.This practice on preying in less fortunate individuals for a small amount of compensation should be illegal, if it already isn’t illegal.I added a screen shot of the email to the Google photos section for you to see for yourself.