By Jeff Labrecque
Updated July 16, 2013 at 01:21 PM EDT
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A member of the jury that acquitted George Zimmerman in the shooting of Trayvon Martin has reversed her plans to write a book about the experience of being in the courtroom for the high-profile trial. Juror B37, a mother of two adult children, had announced her intention of authoring a book that “would focus on what it is like to be sequestered and why [she] felt she had no choice but to acquit Zimmerman.”

Social media and the Internet flared up with outrage after Martin Literary Management LLC announced a publishing partnership with Juror B37 yesterday, just two days after the controversial verdict. But after appearing as a guest on Anderson Cooper’s CNN show last night, Juror B37 changed her mind — but not before Martin had decided to drop her as a client. In a statement to Buzzfeed confirmed by EW, Juror B37 said, via Martin:

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