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Defamation Lawsuit Against Tiffany Haddish Progresses as Process Server Tracks Her Down


In a recent development, the defamation of character lawsuit against comedian Tiffany Haddish has taken a significant step forward. Last month, a former friend of Haddish filed a lawsuit alleging defamation after Haddish accused her of extortion. This accusation arose in the aftermath of legal actions taken by the friend’s son and daughter against Tiffany Haddish and comedian Aries Spears regarding a series of comedy skits that were deemed inappropriate.

Court documents, obtained by RadarOnline.com, reveal that Trizah Morris, the comedian’s former friend, has made progress in moving forward with her $1 million lawsuit. Morris took action to serve Haddish with legal papers, and this process was successfully completed on August 28, 2023.

The crucial development in this legal saga occurred when a process server managed to track down Tiffany Haddish during a comedy event she was hosting in Los Angeles. The event, held at the renowned Laugh Factory on Sunset Blvd in Hollywood, featured emerging comedians.

According to the proof of service filed with the court, the process server successfully delivered the legal documents to Tiffany Haddish and/or her representative at the side entrance of the comedy club. This delivery occurred at approximately 6:45 PM, ensuring that Haddish is now officially informed of the lawsuit against her.

This lawsuit stems from allegations of defamation after Tiffany Haddish accused Trizah Morris of extortion. The case has garnered significant attention due to its connection to prior legal actions involving Haddish and Aries Spears, raising questions about the boundaries of comedy and the potential legal consequences of controversial material.

As the lawsuit progresses, it will be closely watched to see how the legal system addresses the complex issues surrounding defamation, comedy, and personal relationships in the age of social media and public scrutiny.

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Derek Chan – Editor


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