Former American Idol Contestant Hits Gibson Dunn, MoFo, Others with $120 Million Defamation Suit

, The Am Law Daily


Corey Clark, who was booted off the singing show in its second season and later said he'd had a romantic affair with Idol judge Paula Abdul, claims Gibson Dunn and Morrison & Foerster, as well as E! Entertainment and Fox, defamed him amid an effort to clear Abdul of allegations she had behaved unethically.

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  • Evil MoFo

    I hope MoFo pays for this. They deserve what's coming to them.

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