Compensatory Damages Compensate The Plaintiff For Explosive Allegations A Former Huber Employee Had Passed To An In-house Huber Attorney.

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McDougal said that during the 2016 presidential campaign, a friend "outed" her story on Twitter. In August 2016, McDougal signed an agreement with AMI, which owns The National Enquirer, Us Weekly, Men's Journal and several other publications. She believed at the time the contract was a work agreement that would allow her to be photographed for and write pieces that would run in the companies' publications. Her understanding was that AMI was buying the rights to her story about Trump, and that it would not run the story. Her attorney for that ne

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