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Condit Suing the Tabloids

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Former Rep. Gary Condit sued the National Enquirer and other tabloids for $209 million yesterday, alleging they falsely connected him with the murder of Chandra Levy.

The California Democrat alleges that the Enquirer, Globe and Star Magazine, along with parent company American Media Inc., published defamatory statements that Condit “was involved in deviant and perverted sexual conduct” which led to Levy’s murder.

AMI said, “We fully stand behind the editorial integrity of what we have published.”

Condit’s suit cites headlines he alleges were false and defamatory, such as “Chandra killed in kinky sex game!” Condit had a romance with Levy but said he knew nothing of her disappearance.


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