Judge Judy Files Defamation Suit, Makes It Clear Things Won't Be Cheap: 'It's Going to Cost You'

Judge Judy Files Defamation Suit, Makes It Clear Things Won’t Be Cheap: ‘It’s Going to Cost You’


“Judge Judy” Sheindlin sued the parent company of the National Enquirer and InTouch Weekly on Monday for a story that she said falsely claimed she was trying to help the Menendez brothers get a retrial after they were convicted of murdering their parents.

The story was first published on InTouch Weekly’s website on April 10 under the headline “Inside Judge Judy’s Quest to Save the Menendez Brothers Nearly 35 Years After Their Parents’ Murder,” according to the lawsuit, filed in circuit court in Collier County, Florida.

A version of the story later appeared in the National Enquirer, a sister publication to InTouch Weekly also owned by Accelerate360 Media.

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