Dublin woman’s case against Rihanna listed for December
Dana Kavanagh is claiming mental distress and emotional suffering caused by an email from the singer about her husband
A High Court case against the pop superstar Rihanna has been reignited by an Irish woman over alleged “malicious falsehoods” in an email and a phone call.
Dana Kavanagh, who lives in Finglas, is claiming she was caused mental distress and emotional suffering as a result of what she maintains was a false and malicious email sent on July 11, 2013 by Rihanna about her husband, Geoffrey Keating.
Kavanagh is also suing over a phone...
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