Acme Legal’s New Client: Lena Dunham

Lena Dunham is threatening to sue Truth Revolt because she finds their truthful reporting of what she wrote in her book to be revolting. Speaking for myself only, I find Miss Dunham to be revolting. She strikes me as a spoiled brat. She’s ugly, spiritually and emotionally. She’s not much to look at either.

Miss Dunham may not like what some folks say or write about her, but she made herself a public person. She published a book about her weird life. The excerpts I’ve read are appalling, and I’ve made a point of not writing about her, her TV program, or her book. However, now that she’s threatening to engage in the same kind of lawfare that I’ve dealt with for the past couple years, she has outed herself as an enemy of the First Amendment. I will write about that.

Butthurt, especially self-inflicted butthurt, is not grounds for a lawsuit.

7 thoughts on “Acme Legal’s New Client: Lena Dunham

  1. The “funny” part of this is that it is the same as is true for your on-going issue with Brett Kimberlin (and BS): the public figure doesn’t like them quoting their own words.

    They should research the term “Barbara Streisand Effect”

  2. The difference here is that Ms. Dunham isn’t going to be suing anyone pro se. The next question is whether her attorneys will be willing to sign their names to such an obviously frivolous suit and risk the attendant consequences, or whether they’ll advise her to cut her losses and stop oversharing.

    The question after that is whether anyone will be able to convince her to keep her clothes on in public. Ewww.

  3. Lena, poster child for banning liberals from raising children, her parents were terrible people if the accounts in her book are true, I cannot imagine the loveless, house she grew up in and her very public search for love.

    Sad, really sad

  4. This reminds me of when Charles Barkley claimed that he was misquoted in his own autobiography. But at least Barkley had a co-writer to blame the misquotes on.

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