Jane Doe Plans to Add Jimmy Fallon, Lorne Michaels as Defendants in NBC Lawsuit
A proposed amended complaint, which her legal team is seeking approval to file next year, also names Tracy Morgan.
Today Jane Doe asked the New York State Supreme Court for leave to file an amended version of her lawsuit against Horatio Sanz and NBC next year, one that would add three new defendants: Tracy Morgan, Jimmy Fallon, and Lorne Michaels. If the court grants her motion, she will file the new complaint on March 1, 2023. That date marks the opening of a “lookback window” under New York City’s Gender-Motivated Violence Act, which allows the survivors of gender-based violence to sue not only their alleged abusers but also anyone who enabled their abuse—or any institution. A recent amendment to that law creates a two-year period in which survivors can file claims past the statute of limitation. Jane Doe’s proposed amended complaint, available here, will maintain the claims against Sanz and NBC fil
Aug 23 2022
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