Aaron Spelling vs. Don D. Sessions

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Television producer Aaron Spelling sued  his former nurse Charlene Richards attorney Don Sessions for assisting Richards in building a case of sexual harassment against him, in which he prepared letters to more than 600 actresses who had worked for spelling asking if they were ever subjected to sexual harassment. Spelling sued Sessions for defamation, as well as nurse Richards for breach of confidentiality. Judge Highberger dismissed the deformation suit due to first amendment protections in which Richards and Sessions were within their rights of inquiry to pursue their case, and the breach of contract suit still moved forward. The appellate court upheld judge Highberger’s decision.

 

http://www.ehow.com/list_7492307_cases-defamation-character.html

 

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