Charisma Sues RCD, DD, DI
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(01-25-2015, 08:19 AM)Albert Hidel Wrote:
(09-28-2014, 01:03 PM)Don Dresden Wrote: Even Doogle wouldn't be dumb enough to sign for a registered letter....would he?

Maybe not, but he would be dumb enough to answer the front door when a process server is knocking!  Then he tried to slam it before he could get personally served...too late!  

The lurid details, courtesy of the Proof of Service filed by Charisma:


Quote:Man answered & said he was Richard Douglas.  When he saw papers he tried closing door but server got them inside before he slammed it.



Way to go, Rich.  Not just a weasel, but a slow weasel.  

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Must be nice to have a soft government job where you can be home at 1:05 pm on a Monday afternoon.  Wonder if his boss knows he knocks off work even earlier than bankers?

Check that "Hair" description: "White"  I would have expected "Bald" or maybe "Chrome."  

And a full 5'-8" for height?  Who knew shit would stack that high?

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Kudos to Charisma for exposing the real Rich Douglas.  Keep the comedy flowing!

Can't be him. The person described is 5'8".  That's about 12 inches too tall.
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#32
(01-26-2015, 02:34 PM)D00bie Wrote: Can't be him. The person described is 5'8".  That's about 12 inches too tall.


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Richie found his shoes!
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#33
(01-25-2015, 08:19 AM)Albert Hidel Wrote: The lurid details, courtesy of the Proof of Service filed by Charisma:


Quote:Man answered & said he was Richard Douglas.  When he saw papers he tried closing door but server got them inside before he slammed it.

So if Doogle Arse got served on 1/15/2015 he's got 30 days to file a response.  Which means if Charisma is on top of this they should be down to the courthouse right about 2/17/2015 to take his default (30 days from 1/15 is 2/14, a Saturday, so Doogle would have until the following Monday).  

Did Doogle do like notorious John Bear did when he got sued by O'Block and run to Gus for free advice?  ("What are 'we' going to do, Gus?!?")  Or did he just crap his pants and crawl whimpering into a corner?
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#34
Mr. Hidel: "Did Doogle do like notorious John Bear did when he got sued by O'Block and run to Gus for free advice?"

Notorious John Bear: Well actually I went to an attorney. The matter was resolved in a few days, without cost to me.
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(01-31-2015, 01:53 AM)JohnBear Wrote: Mr. Hidel: "Did Doogle do like notorious John Bear did when he got sued by O'Block and run to Gus for free advice?"

Notorious John Bear: Well actually I went to an attorney. The matter was resolved in a few days, without cost to me.

Bear + Truth = Fail

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(01-29-2015, 11:42 AM)Howie Felterbush Wrote: So if Doogle Arse got served on 1/15/2015 he's got 30 days to file a response.  Which means if Charisma is on top of this they should be down to the courthouse right about 2/17/2015 to take his default (30 days from 1/15 is 2/14, a Saturday, so Doogle would have until the following Monday).  

Monday 2/16 is a holiday for California courts, so you need to tack another day onto that.  Doogle has until Tuesday 2/17 to file a responsive pleading, so they can take his default 2/18 if he hasn't appeared.

Check those People's Republic of Kalifornia court holidays.  All three of MLK, Lincoln and "President's," no day off for Good Friday but a day off for Cesar Shave Ass.  No time off for May Day or Ramadan yet?
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#37
Doogle files a timely Demurrer.


.pdf   DouglasDemurrer01.pdf (Size: 1.17 MB / Downloads: 25)

Interesting that Doogle didn't just have John Bear's magic lawyer call Charisma's lawyer and get the whole thing "resolved in a few days, without cost."  Rolleyes

Typically in defamation actions the only real issue isn't whether the Demurrer will be granted, but rather whether it will be granted with or without leave to amend.  Some judges give plaintiffs a couple bites at the apple just as a matter of policy.  Since this is first demurrer, my prediction is that it will be granted on all counts with leave to amend.  Eventually I'd expect a second demurrer to be granted without leave on the two defamation counts. 

I'd like to see what Charisma comes up with in defense of its two business interference counts. If, as Doogle argues, the only "independently wrongful act" alleged is constitutionally protected free speech then those counts must fall as well.  But a judge might see that the complaint could be amended to allege such additional facts, and probably will give Charisma more than two bites to do that. 
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#38
Looks like the lawyer cost Doogle some serious coin. Seems pretty talented for a girl.
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#39
(02-21-2015, 06:01 AM)Ben Johnson Wrote: Looks like the lawyer cost Doogle some serious coin.  Seems pretty talented for a girl.

Probably yes to the first part, not so sure about the second.

If Doogle Arse had turned this over to an insurance company they would have hired a big insurance defense firm with a bunch of names on the letterhead and not some gal sole practitioner out almost to San Bernardino County.  So he probably is paying for it himself.  Perhaps homeowners’ policies in Virginia aren’t as comprehensive as those in other regions.  Or perhaps insurance companies in Virginia aren’t as afraid of bad faith lawsuits as those in other regions.  Or perhaps Doogle just had some other important reason for footing the bill himself.  Maybe he’s afraid his wife will find out if he makes a claim on their insurance.  “I told you to stop wasting all your damn time on those stupid discussion boards, but noooooooo, Double Doctor Dumbass is just too smart to listen to his wife……” 

One reason Bear seems to have little difficulty talking his way out of these little problems is that, since he has no principles, he has nothing to compromise.   He is quite willing to take a step back now, because he knows he can just lie, er, I mean, try to spin it into something positive and take two steps forward down the road.   Bear is agreeable to expunging any of his idle public pronouncements that people take issue with because he better than anyone knows they are completely meaningless and subject to change without notice anyway. He also knows that probably only about six other people even read them in the first place.  Doogle, on the other hand, is dumb enough to go down with the ship just so Levicoff won’t call him a pussy.

As to this lady lawyer’s skills, I note that an LA County judge excoriated her for trying to “repeal the First Amendment.”  Even the tabloids mocked her as a “legal eagle.”  Is that really the lawyer you want defending you on First Amendment grounds?

Quote:Jeremy London's Restraining Order Against Family Denied
by Josh Grossberg and Claudia Rosenbaum  Thu., Jul. 1, 2010 10:57 AM PDT              

Like it or not, Jeremy London's gonna have to put up with his family publicly speculating whether he's relapsed.

 
A Los Angeles Judge quickly tossed a request for a restraining order the former Party of Five star filed against his mother, Debbie Nielsen, twin brother Jason and Jason's girlfriend, Sofia Karstens, to bar them from talking to the media about his personal life.
 
Chalk it up to freedom of speech.
 
"What you want to do is repeal the First Amendment," Superior Court Judge Irving Shimer said Thursday to London's attorney, Catherine Lombardo, in denying the petition.
 
The legal eagle tried to argue before the court that the actor's relatives had to be stopped from spreading lies that were "harmful" to her client. Lombardo even alleged London's mom and sibling went so far as to reveal to gossip blogger Perez Hilton the actor's hiding place and that he was acting erratically and threatening to kill himself.
 
However, Shiner wasn't buying it, saying "defendants have protection of the First Amendment" before he dismissed the case.
 
The 7th Heaven thesp sought the gag order after Jason and Nielsen told E! News a few weeks ago that they were worried for his mental and physical health after his harrowing kidnapping ordeal, suggesting he may have fallen off the wagon after successfully kicking an addiction to prescription meds seven months ago.
 
After Jeremy's cease-and-desist letter to the family was ignored, he decided to take legal action.
 
The only suspect so far charged in the abduction, 26-year-old Brandon Adams, has told the press that London actually approached him looking for drugs and the two "went joyriding and partied for hours"—far from the tube star's nightmare account of being held hostage at gunpoint and forced to smoke dope.

Lombardo’s attorney profile shows “75% Criminal Defense, 25% Family.”  The math therefore would seem to suggest “0% civil litigation defense” experience.  That demurrer is kind of all over the place, which makes you wonder if maybe she just cut-and-pasted pieces from all the demurrers she has gotten from the people she has unsuccessfully sued.  


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Catherine Rose Lombardo
Lawyer Babe for the Defendant
Shoeless Rich Douglas
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Was she sitting on the bowl when they took that picture?  Seems appropriate.
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