Ex-TDU boss ‘confused’ by apology in defamation case

The District Court has also heard Mr Turtur intends to go after his assert from marketing identity Francene Connor, in spite of her apology, and consider it to demo.

On Tuesday, Greg Griffin, for Mr Turtur, claimed Ms Connor’s newest Facebook post had been built without the need of any input from his shopper.

“We’re considerably puzzled as to the place the defendant is getting, going from ‘vigorous defence’ to posting a meant apology,” he claimed.

“We’re at a decline for terms as to where this make a difference is now going, other than towards a two-day demo rather of a five-day demo, provided the admissions built in that post.”

In his lawsuit, Mr Turtur requested the courtroom to get Ms Connor pay back aggravated damages for having defamed his character on the web with “improper motives” and “ulterior purposes”.

He claimed that, on Facebook, she falsely accused him of … Read More