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Sarah Roshan Photography and Emerge Event Collective in Colorado – Defamation Lawsuit Update

This page will be updated as the lawsuit progresses with everything Sarah does to fight a subpoena and hide those that defame.


This all started because Sarah Roshan Photography and Emerge Event Collective in Colorado are actively hiding those that defame.  A judge ordered Sarah to reveal who was telling her these things in a subpoena, and Sarah refused.

Here’s Sarah Roshan being served with the documents at her April 23 Emerge Event Collective event in Colorado.

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Sarah Roshan Photography being served at Emerge Event Collective


Here’s why this matters in the wedding industry.

The Power of Accountability: Why Reporting Defamation Matters

In a digital age where misinformation can spread like wildfire, accountability becomes more crucial than ever. Defamation, the act of damaging someone’s reputation through false statements, is not only morally wrong but can also have severe consequences on individuals and communities. Yet, many hesitate to report defamation or reveal the names of those spreading falsehoods. But is this reluctance justified? And does it align with the principles of leadership?

Let’s dissect why reporting defamation is not only a responsible action but also a reflection of true leadership.

1. Upholding Truth and Integrity

At the core of any society lies the value of truth and integrity. Reporting defamation isn’t merely about seeking justice for oneself; it’s about upholding the fabric of honesty upon which trust and respect are built. By refusing to tolerate falsehoods, individuals demonstrate a commitment to the truth, fostering an environment where honesty prevails over deceit.

2. Protecting Individuals and Communities

Defamation can have far-reaching consequences, from damaging personal reputations to inciting discord within communities. By reporting instances of defamation, individuals safeguard not only their own reputation but also protect others from falling victim to malicious falsehoods. It’s a stance that prioritizes the well-being of the collective over individual discomfort.

3. Dismantling Harmful Narratives

Unchecked defamation perpetuates harmful narratives and stereotypes, poisoning public discourse and breeding mistrust. By confronting and reporting defamation, individuals contribute to dismantling these toxic narratives, paving the way for more constructive dialogue and understanding. It’s a step towards fostering a culture of empathy, where individuals are judged based on facts rather than unfounded rumors.

4. Setting an Example of Leadership

True leadership isn’t just about holding positions of authority; it’s about embodying values that inspire others to follow suit. By taking a stand against defamation and advocating for accountability, individuals exemplify the qualities of a leader: courage, integrity, and a commitment to justice. Leadership isn’t defined by titles but by actions that inspire positive change and uphold the greater good.

Why Naming Names Matters

Some may argue that concealing the identities of those spreading defamation is a form of mercy or protection. However, shielding perpetrators only emboldens them to continue their harmful behavior, perpetuating a cycle of deceit and mistrust. Transparency is essential in holding individuals accountable for their actions and deterring future instances of defamation.

Moreover, by naming those responsible for spreading falsehoods, individuals send a clear message that defamation will not be tolerated. It’s a powerful deterrent that reinforces the consequences of spreading misinformation and encourages responsible communication.

Conclusion: The Mark of True Leadership

In essence, reporting defamation and refusing to shield the names of perpetrators isn’t just a legal obligation—it’s a moral imperative and a hallmark of true leadership. It’s about standing up for truth, protecting the vulnerable, and fostering a culture of accountability and integrity.

As individuals, we must recognize our role in shaping the narrative of our communities and be steadfast in our commitment to honesty and justice. By reporting defamation and holding perpetrators accountable, we not only safeguard our own reputation but also uphold the values that define us as ethical and responsible leaders in our society.

From Sarah’s Facebook: Real question: at what point are people allowed to do better?  Let hypothetically say that someone has done something wrong. Are there any acts that are beyond redemption where people deserve to be completely cancelled? The problem I have with cancel culture is that there is no incentive to be a better human or room for changing hearts. No one is perfect, I’m far from it, but we have to allow space for growth.

Sarah, let’s do better.  Do better by not harboring and hiding those that tear down others.  Do better by calling out those that lie behind the vail of the internet.  You’re not a leader, leaders don’t obfuscate the truth and shield those that desire to hurt others.  You can become a leader by removing the podium from those that lie.  This just isn’t coming from me, a judge agreed with me, issuing a subpoena to get her to talk, to which she tried to avoid for months.  She was served at an Emerge Event Collective event in Colorado.  We’ll keep you updated on this case.  This isn’t something we wanted to talk about, but it needs to be known that Sarah Roshan Photography and Emerge Event Collective are using their business to hide others, even when a judge said they need to say who they are.

These attributes aren’t something Sarah Roshan Photography has.  Emerge Event Collective is showing lack of leadership as well, if you know of defamation, don’t be like Sarah Roshan.  Stand up for what’s right.

Photo credit: Baker Law Group (service of Sarah Roshan Photography at Emerge Event Collective in Colorado)

Photo credit: Sarah Roshan’s public Facebook.