For several weeks in 2004, Jessica Cutler blogged about her sexual escapades with a former co-worker, divulging tawdry details about his alleged affinity for “spanking” and “submissive women.”

But because the raciest anecdotes appeared on the former Capitol Hill staffer’s infamous “Washingtonienne” blog more than a year before Robert Steinbuch sued for invasion of privacy, Cutler’s lawyer says the suit should be dismissed because a one-year statute of limitations precludes all but one harmless blog entry from being considered.

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