UPDATE: The Trump organization's chief legal officer, Alan Garten, denied that a cease-and-desist letter was sent to the teen's website.

"This is completely false. No such letter was ever sent by us," Garten told the Observer.

The original story continues below:

Lawyers for President Donald Trump have moved to shut down a teen's website in which the 45th president's face is punched by kittens, The Observer reported.

The 17-year-old San Francisco native, named Lucy, told the paper she put up the page to practice coding and to show prospective employers in web development. 

The site, called TrumpScratch.com, reportedly prompted a cease-and-desist letter from Trump's general counsel in Manhattan's Trump Tower.

On legal advice, she then changed the address to KittenFeed.com, but she said the Trump legal team "still came at me."

Lucy blasted Trump, arguing it's "f***ing outrageous" for Trump's lawyers to come after her "fun" project. 

"Meanwhile, he tweets about The Apprentice ratings and sends out power-drunk tweets about phone tapping. HOW ABOUT BEING THE PRESIDENT?” she wrote to Observer, a publication that was owned until recently by Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner

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