A Manhattan federal appeals court has revived a portion of a defamation lawsuit filed against Rolling Stone magazine and its publisher by three University of Virginia frat brothers who sued over a since-debunked account of a gang-rape at their fraternity house. Phi Kappa Psi members George Elias IV, Stephen Hadford, and Ross Fowler were not...
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- 'Rolling Stone' Settles With University Of Va. Over Defamation Case
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The magazine, owned by parent company Wenner Media, agreed to pay $1.65 million to the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. The fraternity said it planned to donate "a significant portion" of the settlement toorganizations that provide sexual assault awareness education.
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