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Liberty University Sues Jerry Falwell Jr., Seeking Millions In Damages

21 days ago   |   By The Huffington Post

The complaint alleges that Falwell withheld key details about a personal scandal from the school that later became public.
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Jerry Falwell Jr. gave himself a $12.5 million raise while hiding scandalous details about his personal life, Liberty University lawsuit alleges

Jerry Falwell Jr. gave himself a $12.5 million raise while hiding scandalous details about his personal life, Liberty University lawsuit alleges

21 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Liberty University has filed a lawsuit against its former president, Jerry Falwell Jr., previously one of the most influential figures in the U.S. evangelical Christian community, alleging that he misused university resources and tried to conceal a relationship involving a former pool boy.
Falwell "led a scheme to cover up the illicit conduct," the suit says, alleging that a years-long cover-up damaged the university and its reputation, while also breaching the school's code of conduct.
According to the lawsuit, filed in Virginia state court, Falwell tried to cover...
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Liberty University Sues Jerry Falwell Jr. After Sex Scandal

Liberty University Sues Jerry Falwell Jr. After Sex Scandal

21 days ago   |   By Forbes

The school is seeking at least $10 million in damages, accusing Falwell of withholding information about a high-profile sex scandal involving his family.
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Liberty University Sues Jerry Falwell Jr. for $10 Million

21 days ago   |   By NY Times

The lawsuit claims that Mr. Falwell, the university's former president, withheld scandalous and potentially damaging information from Liberty's board of trustees.
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