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Corsi claims Stone began waging a public-relations campaign to “smear, defame, intimate and threaten” him after Stone concluded he was going to be charged by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The author seeks more than $25 million in damages in a complaint filed late Thursday in Washington federal court.
"Plaintiff Corsi is 72 years old," attorney Larry Klayman wrote in the filing. "Defendant Stone’s intentional infliction of emotional distress and coercion and threats are intended to try even cause plaintiff Corsi to have heart attacks and strokes, in order that plaintiff will be unable to testify at Stone’s criminal trial."
Trump Confidant Roger Stone Sued by Jerome Corsi in Latest Twist
Conservative author Jerome Corsi on Thursday sued his former close associated Roger Stone for defamation, claiming he tried to inflict distress and cause heart attacks to stop him from testifying in Stone’s trial.
Corsi is seeking $25 million in damages and alleges that Stone has made false statements amid efforts to distance from claims that they had prior knowledge of WikiLeaks emails release that hurt Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in 2016.
Conservative author Jerome Corsi has filed a lawsuit against former associate Roger Stone for defamation, claiming that Stone tried to cause him to have heart attacks to prevent him from testifying at Stone’s trial.
Corsi filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Thursday, and is seeking $25 million in damages, according to the Washington Examiner.