Soap Star Victor Alfieri Suing Fan for Libel?
According to RumorFix.com, Victor Alfieri has a real life soap opera on his hands – he is suing fan and one-time business partner Adriana Trevino for slander, libel and breach of contract.
According to the legal documents, Trevino falsely accused Alfieri of stealing money and having a sexual relationship with her after he rejected her advances. She also improperly asserted control over the books and records relating to a film she helped finance.
The papers go on to state that Trevino contacted Alfieri through a website called Tagged, and invested in a screenplay he wrote to “involve herself in his life”.
She then made an attempt to involve herself in every aspect of production “despite her lack of any experience in the motion picture industry” and it was “apparent to Alfieri that she was intent on having a sexual relationship with him”.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: We love random soap references.