Director Brett Ratner may be lasteraanklacht against a woman who him accused of rape to continue. That a judge in Hawaii.
Melanie Kohler placed the allegation on 20 October on Facebook. After a phone call from the lawyer from Ratner removed the post two hours later. On 1 november – the day on which six women, including actress Olivia Munn, the director in the L. A. Times accused of sexual abuse and misconduct – complained the Rush Hour-director Kohler because of slander. He claims that the Facebookbericht his reputation has damaged. The woman had requested the court to dismiss the case, but that request was Thursday, so rejected.
Ratner harnessed the lawsuit in Hawaii, where Kohler lives. The judge ruled in his judgment, however, that, because the rape in California, would have found the case under the California anti-SLAPP statute. That law, intended to free speech to protect, lasterzaken such as that of Ratner harder to convert.