The New York Times (NYT) has filed a lawsuit against Peter Brimelow to recover attorney fees for a defamation action he filed against them in 2020 in the Southern District of New York (SDNY). After the defamation action was dismissed, New York expanded its anti-SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) law.
In this case, TGP (The Gateway Pundit) requested to intervene and unseal the Epstein client list in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. However, the District Court denied the motion on the grounds that TGP’s request was not made in a timely manner and that TGP’s interests were already represented by existing parties and intervenors.
Lyndon Perry, also known as I,HYPOCRITE, was sued for copyright infringement by MCM Group 22. The lawsuit was over a tweet that Perry posted that included a still frame image from a movie created by the website, girlsdoporn.com. The founder of the website was found guilty of criminal charges and part of the restitution order was to transfer the copyright of the videos to the models.