Attorneys for a state commission redeveloping the grounds of Fort McPherson say that an Atlanta lawyer’s company is acting like “a spurned suitor” in trying to disrupt the sale of the base to entertainment mogul Tyler Perry.

Attorneys for Perry, Perry Studios and the McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority (MILRA) have asked a federal judge in Atlanta to dismiss a suit filed last month by Ubiquitous Entertainment Studios, which is owned by Atlanta attorney Daniel Meachum.

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