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These are public documents, but they do make for interesting reading:

Motion for Reconsideration
Plaintiff’s Response

After the initial court appearances, it seems that EC have failed over and over again to show up to court, but they seem to be arguing that default judgements shouldn’t have been made without giving them time to respond, despite their lack of attendance.

Christina Brashear is also trying to claim money for Tina Engler not paying her the “value of her shares of stock, her pro rata shareholder distributions or her personal income tax liability attributable to her percentage interest in Elloras Cave reported in tax returns to the Internal Revenue Service.”

According to EC however, she “relinquished her “rights” to salary distributions from EC when she engaged in conduct that was detrimental to Elloras Cave“, conduct for which she was sacked.

Brashear is also trying to claim for breach of fiduciary duty against EC for depriving her of all EC related income. EC of course dispute this, by claiming that Brashear had no interest in any of the companies, such as Lady Jaided, Jasmine Jade etc, and was in fact putting all her efforts into Samhain Publishing.

It’s all very complicated, but it seems to me that the only people who are getting anything out of this are the lawyers.

Thanks to you-know-who for sending over the docs.


  • “EC have failed over and over again…” to do something. Gosh, who would have thought that possible?


  • vein
    May 3
    7:39 pm

    I suspect Chrissy it getting some satisfaction out of it now, and will get some money out of it eventually.


  • Anone
    May 4
    12:04 am

    Crissy wants to see EC’s records. If EC fights the case, the court can grant that. It will give her a great advantage, since she doesn’t have to show hers in return. Worth a lawsuit.
    And that’s not legalspeak, but that’s what it’s about.


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