The complaint says that unlike the snaps users send to each other, Snapchat curates the articles posted on Discover. A company spokesperson refuted that notion, clarifying that Discover partners have editorial independence. He said in a statement: "We haven't been served with a complaint in this lawsuit, but we are sorry if people were offended. Our Discover partners have editorial independence, which is something that we support." According to The Verge's sources, however, the company oversees the look and feel of stories that the section pushes to users.
Part of the complaint reads: "While adults should be free to consume any of this material, and may themselves find it to be humorous and witty, the fact that Snapchat does not differentiate content offered to its minor users and adult users is problematic, and ultimately a violation of Federal and State consumer law."
You can read the whole lawsuit below, courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter: