Allison Williams, a former Miss West Virginia, sued 9 internet companies and individuals. Williams’ lawsuit claimed these parties tried to market fake Allison Williams pornographic tapes.
Allison Williams, Miss West Virginia 2003, won her lawsuit and stands to collect $800,000 from each defendant.
The pornographic sex tapes were released online in 2004. The producers of the porn tape claimed Allison Williams was the woman having sex in the back of a TV news truck.
Allison Williams originally sued 59 defendants that distributed the fake Allison Williams sex tapes. The judge dismissed 28 defendants. Williams is appealing against this ruling.
The nine defendants who have to compensate Allison Williams are Castle Company Property Ltd., The Moles Trust, Russell M. Moles, Gwendoline E. Moles and Guy Blomberg, all of Australia; Vidbidness Inc. and Eric Ridley of California; and Etrax Productions and Ronald Yates of Texas.
No defendant had attended the trial nor had attorneys to represent them.
Allison Williams wins court case.
Allison Williams court case. Ms Williams had blond hair in the 2003 photo pasted at that link.
Someone from the public claimed there was another woman with the same name, Allison Williams. This woman worked as a TV reporter. This woman may have been the Allison Williams in the porn tapes. Source.
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