Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz hit an American streaming service and production company with a lawsuit in the Southern District of Florida arising out of defamatory remarks in a four-part documentary series on his former client.

The dispute stemmed from accusations that Netflix aired in the Jeffrey Epstein documentary “Filthy Rich,” which Dershowitz claimed gave rise to compensatory damages for defamation, fraudulent inducement and breach of contract.

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