An attorney who secured an anti-SLAPP victory in a defamation suit brought by musician Marilyn Manson says the case is an example of the statute working as intended.

The May 9 ruling in favor of actress Evan Rachel Wood—who has accused Manson of physical and mental abuse—and co-defendant Ashley Gore comes as Texas lawmakers call for reforms of anti-SLAPP laws.

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