Sport Report: Patrick Reed Refiles Defamation Lawsuit to Include Damon Hack, Shane Bacon and Eamon Lynch
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Millions of people tuned into Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's defamation on TV — and now, the trial is getting made into a movie. Learn more here.To recap, the exes' wild relationship troubles made their way to the courtroom. In 2018, Heard wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post alleging that she was a victim of domestic abuse. Though the "Aquaman" actor didn't name Depp as her abuser, the public came to their own conclusions. Depp filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit against Heard, claiming that the piece alluded to his being abusive during their relationship and that his career suffered because of it.
Reed's attorney moved the suit from Texas and added Golf Channel personalities Damon Hack, Shane Bacon and Eamon Lynch, as well as Golfweek and parent company Gannett.
Patrick Reed’s attorney has refiled his lawsuit against Golf Channel and analyst Brandel Chamblee in a Florida court and added Golf Channel personalities Damon Hack, Shane Bacon and Eamon Lynch, who also writes for Golfweek.
The suit also now includes Golfweek and its owner, Gannett.
The change from a Texas court to the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida in Jacksonville and the addition of defendants was.
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Mark Latunski of Shiawassee County, Michigan, pleaded guilty last Thursday to murdering and mutilating the body of Kevin Bacon, a 25-year-old student he met on a dating app.Mark David Latunski, 53, of Shiawassee County, Michigan, admitted in court last Thursday that he killed 25-year-old hairdresser Kevin Bacon after luring the University of Michigan-Flint student to his home in December 2019, according to local outlet Mlive.com.
The 2018 Masters champion. The new filing seeks actual and compensatory damages “in excess” of that amount, according to the report.
Reed, who joined LIV Golf, alleged that Chamblee and the network had been "actively targeting Reed since he was 23 years old, to destroy his reputation, create hate, and a hostile work environment for him, and with the intention to discredit his name and accomplishments as a young, elite, world-class golfer."
The complaint continued: “It is well-known on tour that Mr. Reed has been abused and endured more than any other golfer from fans or spectators who have been allowed to scream obscenities only to be glorified by NBC's Golf Channel for doing so, because it gets Defendants Chamblee and Golf Channel "clicks," viewership, ratings and increased revenue."
All 5 Doppelgängers In The Vampire Diaries Explained
In The Vampire Diaries, doppelgängers are central to the mythology and key to ongoing storylines, so who are they and where did they come from?Much in the same way that The Vampire Diaries world introduced vampirism as a plague and made the ability to transform into a werewolf a genetic curse, the series created its own origin story for doppelgängers and gave them a singular supernatural purpose. In the First Century BCE, there existed powerful witches known as Travelers. The two most powerful of these Travelers were Silas and Qetsiyah. They wanted their love to be eternal, so they concocted an elixir that would make them immortal.
Chamblee, who won once in his PGA Tour career, is one of the game’s one leading analysts. He was critical of Reed in the aftermath offor improving his lie in a sandy waste area.
Represented by former U.S. Justice Department prosecutor Larry Klayman, Reed claimed that Chamblee and the Golf Channel “conspired” with the the PGA Tour and commissioner Jay Monahan to “engage in a pattern and practice of defaming Mr. Reed.”
The suit said Reed lost multiple multimillion-dollar sponsorships as a result of the defamation and sought $750 million in actual and compensatory damages.
A nine-time PGA Tour winner, Reed has played in four LIV events, with a best finish of third..
Reed missed the cut last week at the French Open and withdrew from this week’s Dunhill Links Championship on the DP World Tour. He is playing in next week’s LIV event in Bangkok.
Supreme Court to hear death row inmate Rodney Reed's appeal for new DNA testing .
The case will put a new focus on the testing of DNA crime-scene evidence and when an inmate can make a claim to access the technology in a plea of innocence. To date, 375 people in the United States have been exonerated by DNA testing, including 21 who served time on death row, according to the Innocence Project, a group that represents Reed and other clients seeking post-conviction DNA testing to prove their innocence. Court precedent allows a state prisoner who has been denied in state court to pursue a post-conviction claim for DNA testing in federal court.