A secret blogger who is being accused of making some unflattering comments about a model must be identified by Google. It seems that the blogger used some words like:
“ho,” “skank,” and “whoring.”
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Joan Madden Monday found that blond model Liskula Cohen has grounds to sue the blogger for defamation.
Madden said Google, which owns and operates Blogger.com, must supply Cohen with the writer’s identity so she can pursue her defamation case, the newspaper said.
“The thrust of the blog is that (Cohen) is a sexually promiscuous woman,” Madden wrote in her decision, citing descriptions of Cohen as “whoring” and “ready to engage in oral sexual activity,” and as such, the cover girl is entitled to insist that Google reveal the blogger’s identity to her.
It is good to see that the courts can uphold when a person is defamed. It is also good to see that they can order that the person be identified and a lawsuit can follow. Which makes one wonder if the blogger knows the model?