A former computer repair shop owner who was at the center of the controversy over Hunter Biden’s former laptop contents is now suing Twitter for defamation.
John Paul Mac Isaac has filed his lawsuit in the Southern District of Florida, claiming that he was damaged after Twitter labeled the contents of the laptop “hacked materials” during the time it banned sharing of reporting about the laptop.
This is Mac Isaac’s second suit. A previous lawsuit that sought $500 million in damages was thrown out over jurisdiction issues, according to the Washington Examiner.
In the new lawsuit, Mac Isaac, who now lives in Colorado, claims that he has suffered damages in excess of $75,000, with the precise amount to be determined after a trial.
The suit also calls for Twitter to “make a public retraction of all false statements and to issue a public apology.”
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