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NBC News’ Joshua Johnson is joined by one family suing Instagram’s parent company Meta, claiming the app fueled “addictive behaviors” in their preteen daughter including an eating disorder and thoughts of suicide. A spokesperson for Instagram has declined to comment on the lawsuit, in the past, leaders have publicly downplayed any negative effects on teenagers.