You may not be able to make a person wash their mouth out with soap, but you certainly can do something to get their attention. At least that's what a group of 15 law professors from across the country are doing by filing a complaint against Kellyanne Conway. The complaint alleges that Conway violated government ethics rules by falsely stating President Barack Obama banned Iraqi refugees from entering the U.S. for six months after the bogus "Bowling Green Massacre." The law professors hail from various prestigious institutions, including Duke University and Yale Law School.

The complaint was sent to Wallace Shipp, Jr. of the Office of Disciplinary Counsel. The complaint reads that the filing was not taken lightly and they believe Conway perfectly understands her ethical responsibilities as an attorney, adding that she is behaving in a manner which brings shame on the legal profession and should be sanctioned. In 1995, the controversial White House spokesperson became a member of the Washington, D.C. Bar, but has since been suspended for non-payment of dues

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The complaint also cites Kellyanne Conway's bold pitching of Ivanka Trump's products during a taping of "Fox and Friends" earlier this month. The document notes federal rules regarding conflicts of interest and the prohibiting of the use of public office to endorse products.

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Much has been said about the New Jersey native and mother of four. Several media outlets are leery of interviewing Conway on their shows because of her propensity to spin alternative facts. MSNCB host Joe Scarborough of “Morning Joe” recently went so far as to accuse her of being a “Leaker Extraordinaire.” Scarborough said he believes if an ugly story about Reince Priebus or Sean Spicer surfaces, then chances are it came from Conway.

Scarborough also pointed out how White House staffers Steve Bannon, Reince Priebus, and Jared Kushner don’t seem to be leaking information on each other.