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Originally posted by Gridrebel
So Matthew Couloute Jr., who is an attorney in Manhattan, has filed a lawsuit against two of his ex-girlfriends for comments they made on the net against his character. One of his ex-girlfriends, Blitsch, a former "RollerJam" star and now a professional trainer, has a six year old son with Couloute. The other, Ryncarz says she did blast Couloute online but all the comments were true. Is this any different than the TV reality show Cheaters or Jerry Springer? What about freedom of speech which is what the women’s attorney is countering? He says it is ruining his life. They have called him a cheater and a liar, which is true.
What do you think, do they have the right or not to web smear? I think they do. But it isn't very moral. By the way, he has filed his claims in Federal court.
edit on 26-1-2012 by Gridrebel because: (no reason given)
“We believe lawsuits of this kind should not be allowed,” she said.
“The public policy of this nation should be that women have the right to exercise their free speech and should not be silenced and afraid to speak out if hey have experiences with men who have lied to them or cheated on them.”
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"Men need to be accountable for their lives and they'll suffer the consequences if they're not."
CNN about Gloria Allred money.cnn.com...
she filed a sexual discrimination complaint with the state to remove the club's tax deductions in order to gain access to its health facilities. She won, of course, and used the opportunity to enter the steam room with a measuring tape singing Peggy Lee's "Is That All There Is?"