Lindsay Lohan Loses Defamation Lawsuit Against Fox News Channel?
Lindsay Lohan is probably not going through the best of her times as she got trapped in the lift earlier last week and now there comes another issue for her. The defamation lawsuit filed by Lohan against Channel Fox, claiming false remarks of doing cocaine with mom Dina, was thrown out by the New York judge. Read on to find out more revelation of the story.
The incident happened in February 2014, when Fox channel aired a show after Philip Seymour Hoffmans’ death due to drug overdose. The host Sean Hannity, along with commentator Michelle Fields discussed on the show about other celebrities that might succumb to drug addiction or overdose. In a conversation during the discussion Fields said, Lindsay Lohan and her mom do cocaine together.
The 29-year-old actress then filed a lawsuit against Fox News Channel, caling their comments malicious innuendo, as stated by Gossip Cop. Lindsay’s attorney, Mark Jay Heller, made a statement in which it was said that the remarks made by the channel were completely false and were intended to defame “Mean Girl” stars’ image.
Earlier this year, a leaked audio tape came out in which Lohan was heard anxiously talking to her father, informing him that her mom is on cocaine. It isn’t clear whether the mentioned tape was used as evidence or not. Apparently, the judge disagreed to the whole act throwing out the case mentioning “Truth is a defence.”
This isn’t the first time Lindsay Lohan got into lawsuit filing, she has previously dragged many names in the court over various reasons.
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