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Deion Sanders Wants Pilar’s Lawsuit Dismissed Because Gold Digging Ho Comments Are True

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, March 21st, 2012
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As the Deion and Pilar Sanders divorce drama drags on into the spring the back and forth between the two has become played out like a bad WWE angle.

Pilar filed a $200 million lawsuit against Deion after Prime’s daughter went on a Twitter rant calling Pilar a Gold Digging Ho, but Deion says the lawsuit isn’t valid because the words ring true.

Pilar sued for defamation, plus a laundry list of other things like fraud, slander, libel, civil conspiracy and emotional distress — claiming Deiondra and Deion have been out for her for years … and the Twitter outburst was just the latest example.

But now, Deion’s firing back … filing a response to the lawsuit — insisting Pilar has no grounds to sue for defamation … because Deiondra wasn’t lying when she called Pilar a “gold diggin’ h*e.”

In fact, Deion insists, his daughter’s Twitter insult is TRUE — claiming, “Any statements made by any defendants were true, did not create a false impression … and were not malicious.” The last part is less believable.

Deion also claims the “h*e” insult didn’t actually hurt Pilar’s reputation — especially not to the tune of $200 million.

You can’t sue someone for slander if what they are saying is true, which is the reason why I have never been sued.

$200 million is a bit much, saying that it wasn’t malicious though is crazy. I saw the entire Twitter Rant by Deiondra and malicious is just one word that would come to mind.

I am sure we will be back next week for a new episode of the As the Sanders Turns.

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