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In dismissing his defamation claim, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Gail Ruderman Feuer ruled Dec. 15 that Adams did not state clearly who made the allegedly false statements against him or sufficiently show by his evidence that the remarks were made with malice. In January, Adams dropped the remainder of his lawsuit’s claims, which alleged state Labor Code violations. Adams’ attorney, Bradley Mancuso, contended the amount the studio wanted was excessive. Adams was arrested in 2016 and later charged with having sex with a 14- year-old boy. Adams has pleaded not guilty. Adams sued MGM in May 2017, stating that the day after he was arrested, he met with human resources personnel and his supervisor and assured them that the allegations were baseless. Adams says he was twice assured that he would be able to keep his job. A CBS affiliate aired a story about Adams’ arrest a week later. A few hours later, Adams received an email informing him that he was fired, according to his lawsuit. MGM’s attorney previously issued a statement regarding the lawsuit, saying Adams “was terminated by one of our affiliates last year after breaching various company protocols.” Lawyer who sued MGM must now pay MGM more than $200 million was last modified: February 27th, 2018 by Christina Kelley Like this story?
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