A civil suit alleging that a nanny mailed malicious letters containing confidential medical and financial records to her former employer’s friends, family and business associates is going forward following a judge’s denial in part of the nanny’s motion to dismiss.

Although Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Edward H. Lehner rejected three of the plaintiff’s four claims and denied a motion for an injunction in Feinberg v. Poznek, 113133/05, he declined to dismiss a claim of intentional infliction of emotional distress.

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