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Florida man shot to death in her house after she wrote a bad review of the restaurant, police say

Norman Auvil, 42, was accused of shooting into a home after a negative review of the restaurant.

(Orange County Jail )

A Florida restaurateur is accused of shooting in the house of a disturbed dinner, who took a shot in the restaurant in an online review.

Norman Auvil, 42, of Orlando, was Thursday arrested and accused of “shooting in a dwelling and abuse of a disabled adult.” Orange County Sheriff’s Office said Auvil was drinking beer with the owner of the restaurant, the son of Michael Johnson, who was upset about the review.

The men find reviewer Monica Walley is the address and drove to the house. WFTV reported Auvil was in an SUV with Johnson at the time of the incident before Auvil reportedly shot in the house three times.

Walley and her father, Ken Walley, were on their Holden Heights home when they were shot in Aug. 20.

“I actually would think that the air from the bullet as it passed by me,” Ken Walley told FOX 35, Orlando. He said he was sitting on the couch when the bullet flew by his head, narrowly missing him.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said that the shots were fired in retaliation for a negative review Monica Walley wrote about the Dawning of the day Eating. The bombing happened on the same night, in her review is posted.

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“If this all happened, I thought, ‘go away!’ I mean, after a bad restaurant review? This doesn’t seem right,” she said.

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— Ken Tyndall (@KenTyndallWFTV) September 1, 2018

Monica Walley said she wrote the review after the restaurant refused her disabled mother service. Walley said the restaurant told her mother that she had to be accompanied by another person, if they wanted to dine there. She said that the restaurant told her mother she could order and wait for her food in her vehicle.

Walley said her mother had a fall in the restaurant in the past gone to the restaurant with a companion.

“It was my mother’s birthday, and all she wanted was her favorite Greek omelet. They came back home in tears,” Walley wrote in the review.

Following the post, the dinner received angry phone calls and negative comments from online users. The owner of the diner said her company was “ruined” after the post.

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“The social media campaign resulted in negative online reviews, negative social media messages and intimidating and angry phone calls to the restaurant,” the arrest report said. “The restaurant of the owner, Lizabeth Johnson, later stated she felt that day her business was destroyed as a result of negative social media campaign.”

Kathleen Joyce is a breaking/trending news producer for FoxNews.com. You can follow her via @Kathleen_Joyce8 on Twitter.

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