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Pebbles Has Just Came Out Victorious In $40 Million Dollar Defamation Lawsuit Over TLC Movie, Judge Says O.K To Proceed

Pebbles Has Just Came Out Victorious In $40 Million Dollar Defamation Lawsuit Over TLC Movie, Judge Says O.K To Proceed

According to I Love Old School Music, If you thought Pebbles was so over suing VH-1 and Viacom for TLC’s 2013 TV movie, think again! Just because we haven’t been hearing about it in the media, doesn’t mean Pebbles closed that chapter. In fact, she’s pushing forward full steam ahead with it. Check out the victory she just got in court the other day…

After Pebbles filed a lawsuit against Viacom (owner of VH-1) over VH-1’s TLC biopic TV movie, “Crazy Sexy, Cool,” and the ‘inaccurate portrayal’ she says they included of her in the movie, Viacom filed a notion to have the ‘suit thrown out. BUT THEN THIS JUST HAPPENED>>>

If you thought Pebbles was so over suing VH-1 and Viacom for TLC’s 2013 TV movie, think again! Just because we haven’t been hearing about it in the media, doesn’t mean Pebbles closed that chapter. In fact, she’s pushing forward full steam ahead with it. Check out the victory she just got in court the other day…

‘A judge sided with Pebbles. Now, the lawsuit will go on, and a jury will decide if the VH1 network and their parent company will be liable for damaging Pebbles’ good name. The Jasmine Brand reported that while this is a victory for Pebbles, the judge also said that the members of TLC may not have been defaming their former manager in the TV portrayal when they claimed that they signed contracts with Pebbles but then were unable to obtain a copy.

In any case, the defamation case brought by Pebbles will go to trial, where a jury will determine if Viacom is liable for damages or if they portrayed the story of TLC and how their former manager played into events depicted in the movie honestly. According to court documents, Pebbles complained that the TLC TV movie “as a conniving and dishonest business woman who hoodwinked three innocent girls and exploited their talent for her own personal gain.”’

 

 

Source:  I Love Old School Music

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