Former Rep. Katie Hill sued ‘non-pornographic porn’ against ex-husband, Daily Mail, Redstate.com

LOS ANGELES – Former Congress President Katie Hill filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles on Tuesday against her ex-husband and owners of Redstate.com and the Daily Mail, saying she had distributed the amount of “non-pornographic porn” and on the outlet Did not argue. Carte Blanche right under the First Amendment for “sexually degrading and exposing public officials”.

A 41-page lawsuit that seeks unspecified damages for emotional distress and a violation of state law for the distribution of intimate personal content without Hill’s consent, by defendants Salem Media Group Inc., Mail Media, Inc., as well as Jennifer Van Laur Lists as The deputy managing editor of Redstate.com, whose work has also appeared in the Daily Mail, and Joseph Messina, host of “The Real Side” radio show, as well as other anonymous individuals.

Two weeks after legal action, a judge approved a temporary ban order against Kenny Heslep, with Hill’s ex-husband instructing him to stay 100 yards away from his ex-wife, her relatives and pets. Seeking the order, Hill said he feared for his life and alleged 15-year-old misbehavior by Heslep, alleging that he knocked her unconscious, threatened her with a gun, abused her pets Did and released pornographic photos of her.

The civil lawsuit filed by attorneys Carrie Goldberg and Ashley Paris in Los Angeles Superior Court goes on to target media outlets that Hill alleged that Heslep destroyed her political career and continued to damage her reputation.

The TRO, he alleged, caused some defendants to “humiliate him further, more loudly, and more gruesomely; even they know how to publish new nude images, and Hill’s Was promoted without consent. “

On December 11, three days after Hill received the TRO, the Daily Mail published an article featuring a nude photo of Hill taken by Hesup.

The judge approving the TRO is scheduled to hear arguments on December 30 that media or the public should be prevented from disseminating “confidential information” about the Hill as part of an order banning Heslep.

Hill, elected to represent California’s 25th district in northern La County in 2018, resigned from Congress in November 2019, including reports about her personal life – including the publication of nude photographs – and An ethical investigation on an allegedly inappropriate relationship with an employee.

Defense lawyers did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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