Adrienne Lawrence’s sexual harassment lawsuit against ESPN cleared a preliminary legal hurdle in Connecticut Thursday after a judge rejected a motion to dismiss, and a motion for sanctions.

Judge Stefan Underhill denied ESPN’s motion for sanctions over publication of Lawrence’s sexual harassment claims, and denied ESPN’s motion to dismiss the false light claim for failure to state a claim. Underhill announced his ruling in a 48-minute conference call with attorneys for ESPN and Lawrence.

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