Fake network voids choice-of-law deal, Roy Moore says in defamation suit against Sacha Baron Cohen | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Fake network voids choice-of-law deal, Roy Moore says in defamation suit against Sacha Baron Cohen

Former Alabama Chief Justice and failed Senate candidate Roy Moore claims his $95 million defamation suit against Sacha Baron Cohen doesn’t have to be tried in New York because of misrepresentations made when he signed a contract before his appearance on the comedian’s show.

The contract said Moore agrees not to sue for defamation, infliction of emotional distress, fraud, deceptive practices or any other claim. But if he does, the suit must be brought in New York. Moore said the contract is void because he was falsely told he was being flown to Washington, D.C., for an award, and he would be interviewed by Yerushalayim TV, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

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