Channel 7 sex scandal being stoked with damage control

Samantha Armytage and Rebecca Gibney thrown under a bus in Tim Worner sex scandal


Channel Seven owner Kerry Stokes has thrown Channel 7 Sunrise host Samantha Armytage and actress Rebecca Gibney under a bus in the sex scandal engulfing Channel 7 and their CEO Tim Worner. Armytage, Gibney and 2 other female employees at Seven West Media have been forced to sign a legal document saying they did not have a sexual relationship with Tim Worner.

The women were clearly forced to sign the legal document because there is no other reason why they would sign given the only benefit is to protect Tim Worner, Kerry Stokes, Seven West Media and its Directors.

Since the women signed the legal document Seven West Media’s lawyers have instituted defamation proceedings against me (Wednesday 21/12/16) which their lawyers admitted in court on Friday (23/12/16) would fail to make me delete the names of Samantha Armytage and Rebecca Gibney in an article I published. So why did they institute the defamation case in the first place? The defamation case is about protecting Tim Worner, Kerry Stokes and the Directors. Gibney and Armytage have been badly deceived by Seven West Media’s lawyers representing them and the ones paying the lawyers which is Kerry Stokes and Seven West Media.

The reason they knew I would not delete the names is because there is history between myself, Stokes and his lawyers.

This article is a follow-up to the two articles I published last week Samantha Armytage and Rebecca Gibney institute defamation case re: sex with CEO allegations”

Read the full story by Shane Dowling [HERE]

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