Stapp Invasion Of Privacy Lawsuit Dropped
An invasion of privacy lawsuit filed against former CREED frontman SCOTT STAPP has been dismissed in Miami, Florida. Officials declared the unnamed woman, who claimed she participated in a much-publicised sex video with Stapp and KID ROCK, cannot sue if she insists on remaining anonymous. Miami-Dade Circuit JUDGE GERALD HUBBART told the plaintiff's lawyer that she could refile the lawsuit within 20 days if she was willing to have her real name included in the suit. The woman insists she's the star of the video orgy, featuring a group of women with Rock and Stapp, and she never agreed to allow the footage to go public. She named Stapp and video distributor World Wide Red Light District as defendants in her suit, but not Rock. Stapp maintains the 1999 video was stolen. World Wide Red Light District lawyer THOMAS JULIN states, "She's (plaintiff) not a child, she's not abused. She can't claim invasion of privacy because this tape was made in the presence of others." It is not known if the unnamed woman at the centre of the suit will refile.