Carriara marble tiles are a type of tile that can be found on homes in many areas of the United States, and have been used in decorative elements for over a century.
But it is not uncommon for them to be used in the wrong way.
In some states, tile can be considered harassment of children or adults, and has been reported in the news.
In one instance, a woman in Virginia was fired for using her daughter’s car to install a carport in her home.
In another, a man in Colorado was fired from a job after allegedly making comments on his Facebook page about children.
This is not the first time a tile has been blamed for an incident that led to a complaint, however.
In 2014, a Texas woman was fired after installing a carpet tile over her child’s bed.
She was accused of having her child exposed for hours to the carpet and other items that were placed on the carpet, and was fired the next day after the complaint was filed.
In 2016, a Georgia woman was accused by her husband of installing tiles on their children’s furniture and using them to “troll” the children.
In 2018, a Michigan woman was charged after allegedly placing tiles over the childrens cribs.
This story has been updated.