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Reality Celebs, pay attention: Twitter can backfire!

Reality Celebs, pay attention: Twitter can backfire!

Orlando Magic point guard Gilbert Arenas’s tweets about a new reality show featuring his ex were used as evidence to deny a preliminary injunction against the show.  Citing a series of tweets making his relationship a matter of public concern and his sharing his “crude and offensive” views on women, the district judge pointed out that Arenas implicitly undermined his claim that the show would injure his reputation.

Adam Nelson

Adam S. Nelson is a 2013 J.D. candidate at Fordham Law with interests in digital intellectual property, telecom policy, and dispute resolution.