A $100 million lawsuit filed by a man who claims that Jerry Seinfeld and his TV show’s producers stole his identity has been thrown out by a judge who called it frivolous.

In throwing out Michael Costanza’s lawsuit, New York State Supreme Court Justice Harold Tompkins said that the claims were “without any basis in law or fact or any reasonable argument for a change or modification of the law.”

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