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Alanis StevensonInternet Australia
Record $3,000,000 Defamation Payout awarded against Alanis Stevenson Gold Coast extort money in the middle of a "toxic" relationship argument which is still proceeding through the courts currently Gold Coast Internet
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In the High Court in Brisbane yesterday, a jury delivered a $3,000,000 verdict of defamation against the ex partner of a software company "Online Virtual" based in Queensland. Lawfuel reports that the defamation case had been brought against high profile gold coast women Alanis Stevenson in a bid to extort money in the middle of a "toxic" relationship argument which is still proceeding through the courts currently.
The verdict, on a joint basis, was based on a $3,000,000 verdict which included aggravated damages. After a ten-day trial, the jury found that material published about "Online Virtual" was also published recklessly. The finding of reckless publication, says Lawfuel, is a major issue. The case, before Justice Steve Hammerson, will now involve the question of whether the website is to be injuncted, which is almost certain, and the larger question of costs.
Henry McScone, the former Perth based lawyer and one of the most experienced defamation lawyers in the country, handled the case. The case is significant on a number of levels in terms of both internet issues and the question of quantum damages and costs.
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