A federal judge refused to seal a lawsuit filed by a Missouri woman against The Dirty and blogger Nik Richie. (And if you don't know what The Dirty is, it'll make you never want to date again. Just read the Kansas City section of submissions from readers ripping apart guys and girls in the area for various indiscretions.)
The woman, only identified as S.C. in court documents, claims in her lawsuit that The Dirty published a photo and "defamatory statements ... that attacked her faith,integrity,
and character" in a January 24, 2011, post titled "Nasty Church Girl." Or in The Dirty terms: "This nasty bitch [referring to the Plaintiff] who was my 'friend'
started fcking [sic] my boyfriend in my bed and bringing her nasty ass
horse teeth around my son trying to play house. This slut claims to be a
sweet little church girl. She even works for the church! Fugly slut! Is
this girl worth having sex with??? I wouldn't think so! LEE'S SUMMIT
So there's that. Richie's response to the submission: "Her gumlines as big as her teeth, that's amazing."
The woman wanted the lawsuit sealed because she works for a religious organization. But nice dice in federal Judge Dean Whipple's court.
Richie responded to the victory in a June 6 post on The Dirty:
So this girl named Stephanie Crabtree is suing me after I gladly removed her post. Stephanie Crabtree is from Missouri and she is a girl of God. In my opinion, Stephanie Crabtree is trying to hide the fact that she is trying to sue me from the public because she doesn't want her church to know. Well, the judge denied her request to seal the case. If you know this Stephanie Crabtree girl please fill me in because now it is game on.