WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – A tentative ruling was issued to allow a lawsuit to proceed against Courtney Love and others that was filed by her daughter’s ex-husband stemming from an alleged attack on the plaintiff in his home in 2016, but the judge said he wants to review whether the entertainer and an attorney should remain as defendants in the case, he said Wednesday.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Randolph Hammock issued a tentative ruling stating that he was inclined to strike only Isaiah Silva’s intentional infliction of emotional distress claim insofar as it dealt with derogatory comments the defendants allegedly made about him via social media. He agreed with defense attorneys that it was protected speech.
However, he said he believes the other allegations the defense sought to strike – negligence, false imprisonment/kidnapping, extortion and stalking – should remain. He said he saw no evidence that any of those claims were