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On Valentine’s Day, Griffin was sued for palimony by his former girlfriend Brynn Cameron — and Jenner was named in the lawsuit.
King was later outed by Barnett in a palimony suit and lost thousands of dollars in endorsements overnight.
In addition to the film’s focus on King’s titular match against Bobby Riggs, the film also depicts her affair with Marilyn Barnett, who later outed King in a 1981 palimony suit, which drove away sponsors of women’s tennis.
The pair’s future palimony suit goes unmentioned for obvious dramatic reasons, including the fact that Ms. King would end up losing all her endorsements and incurring huge legal costs at the time her sexuality actually went public.
Holland is seeking about half of Sumner Redstone’s liquid assets as palimony, or about 1 to 2 percent of his $5 billion estate, according to her attorney, Mark Holscher.
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: money that a court orders one person to pay to his or her former partner after they have stopped living together
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