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US District Judge P. Kevin Castel in Manhattan said womens bikinis sale the lawsuit brought by three former fraternity members cited comments that were offered as speculation and hypothesis rather than fact.

He noted that none of the three members of suit underwear Phi Kappa Psi was identified by name or physically described in the November 2014 article that described in chilling detail a students account of being raped by seven men at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house in September 2012. The men — George Elias IV, Stephen Hadford and Ross Fowler — were members of the fraternity at the time but have since graduated.

Their defamation claims are directed toward a report about events that simply did not happen, Castel wrote.

An investigation by Charlottesville, Virginia, police found no evidence to back up the claims of the woman identified in the article as Jackie. Rolling Stone retracted the article and the magazines managing editor and the articles author both apologized.

Castel said claims that the article made it seem that rape was an initiation ritual had to be dismissed because interpreting comments in the article to mean all aspiring members were required to commit an act of rape stretches the language beyond its plausible meaning and surrounding context.

Viewed in the overall context of the article, the quotes cannot reasonably be construed to state or imply that the fraternity enforced a rape requirement as part of an initiation ritual or a pre-condition for membership, he said.

The Phi Kappa Psi members brought the lawsuit last year, claiming the article caused them humiliation and emotional distress.

Alan L. Frank, a lawyer for the men, said they will consider their options, including an appeal.

Lawyers for defendants Rolling Stone, Wenner Media LLC and Sabrina Ruben Erdely, author of the article, A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for Justice at UVA, did not immediately return messages seeking comment.

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Article publié le 09/11/2017

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The Monaco swimwear manufacturer China royal battered in a Manhattan bar brawl earlier this year is suing his alleged attacker, the bar and the alleged assailant’s attorneys for “bad-mouthing” him.

In papers filed in Manhattan wholesale swimwear Supreme Court, Pierre Casiraghi says he suffered “personal injuries” because the nightclub, the Double Seven, had turned a blind eye to Adam Hock’s “visibly intoxicated, violent, abusive . . . vicious habits and propensities.”

Joining Casiraghi in the lawsuit is his princely posse, art dealer Vladimir Roitfeld and banker Diego Marroquin, who also claim they were roughed up by Hock in the late-night melee at the trendy Meatpacking District club on Feb. 18.

According to the suit, the trio had been invited over to Hock’s table in the VIP area by club owner Jeffrey Jah.

Hock “demonstrated overt signs of intoxication,” the suit says, and didn’t care for the company. He “punched, struck and/or attacked” all three, the suit says, before club employees tried to sneak him out “through a back door.”

Hock, a former owner of the now-shuttered Hawaiian Tropic Zone in Times Square, was later charged with misdemeanor assault for attacking the three men and a fourth man, Paris Hilton’s ex Stavros Niarchos. Hock contends he was defending himself.

The suit says Jah “knew or should have known” that Hock was “a person of pugilistic propensity.”

Jah’s lawyer, Terrence Oved, said his client “unequivocally disputes the allegations.”

The pouty prince and his pals are also suing Hock, his lawyer, Joe Tacopina, and his former lawyer, Sal Strazzullo, for defamation.

Hock, the suit says, damaged their “reputations for peacefulness and good manners” by telling The Post earlier this year that he was “victimized by several drunk entitled guys who felt they deserved the prime table” and who “expected to be treated like the royalty they are.”

The three were ticked at Tacopina for describing them as “self-entitled punks who don’t have anything better to do than to spend their parents’ money . . . They think Mom and Dad will dig them out of whatever trouble they get into.”

The legal eagle didn’t back down yesterday.

“Every statement we’ve made, we’ll back up,” Tacopina said. “I’m looking forward to litigating this. Immensely.”

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