Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Former Houston TV anchor loses lawsuit against station

I'm late blogging today because I totally crashed early last night and am now behind because of it.

The big news of the day (based on the emails I received) is about former KPRC 2 anchor Wendy Corona. Back in January 2009 I first told you about her exiting the anchor desk.

Now David Barron of the Houston Chronicle is reporting that Corona has lost the lawsuit she brought against the station after her sudden departure:

However, Judge Sylvia Matthews last week granted motions for summary judgment by the defendants to dismiss allegations of breach of contract, defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, misrepresentation and fraud. READ MORE
(Image courtesy of Houston Style Magazine) 

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(Thanks to Rorschach and Jim for the tips)

2 comments:

  1. "I'm late blogging today because I totally crashed early last night and am now behind because of it."

    It must have been the ether I pumped into your Roman Polanski style room.

    MC Guff = HOTNESS!!!

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  2. I'm surprised that Corona lost her lawsuit, is it safe to say her career in the news business over ?

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