Oprahsued for $75,000
By Staff -- Broadcasting & Cable, 11/12/2000 7:00:00 PM
Tracy Hoaglund, Margaret Mitchell and Gloria Tourney have sued Oprah for more than $75,000, charging that the show misrepresented them as domestic-violence victims. The three were featured in a story about a woman who counsels abuse victims and also runs a computer-training workshop. Although the plaintiffs never spoke specifically about domestic violence, the story was shot at a battered women's shelter. An Oprah representative would only say that show producers have "no knowledge" of the lawsuit.
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