A CURRENT AFFAIR LAWSUIT
by Kyle Hodgetts
In support of Supreme Court papers lodged
DISTURBING NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN $2.4b LAWSUIT AGAINST NINE NETWORK
Queensland Supreme Court action filed 26th April 2017. Case number 4104/17
In 2014 A Current Affair did an article on Kyle Hodgetts. They were contacted by Lisa Cuthbert (because Kyle didn't fall for her cancer scam). In the article A Current Affair made outrageous accusations against Kyle that were later proven to be false.
Kyle has over 35 year’s history as a world leader in video game technology and will not tolerate having his good name tarnished by some lowlife scammers and A Current Affair. In April of this year Kyle commenced Australia’s largest defamation lawsuit ($2.4 billion dollars) against the Nine Network and others that defamed him.
NINE NETWORK UNDER THREAT
Since starting the lawsuit:
1. Several offending websites have been shut down.
2. The "A Current Affair" video has been taken down.
3. One company entered into a confidential settlement with Kyle
4. Daniel Leverett was ordered to pay $30,000 in the Magistrates Court
5. Kyle obtained Judgment in the Supreme Court against Lisa Cuthbert
6. Lisa Cuthbert is in hiding from a police investigation into her cancer fraud
The defendants in the lawsuit have no defense for their actions. I will bankrupt the Nine Network, Gary Field, Lisa Cuthbert and clear my name.
Click to view Affidavit (one of many)
NINE NETWORK EXPOSED BY MOUNTING EVIDENCE
In the A Current Affair video are four main characters:
1. Gary Field being sued in the Supreme Court on a seperate matter. Landlord for 28 Commercial drive, Ashmore.
2. Daniel Leverett has since been charged in the WA Magistrates Court and fined $30,000
3. Lisa Cuthbert AKA Diane Brooker AKA Lisa Brooker operates multiple scam websites under fake names
4. Chris Allen Reporter for A Current Affair.
A Current Affair got together a group of crooks, con artists and criminals that scammed Hodgetts, put them together in a TV show and claimed that Hodgetts scammed them. There was no substance behind their claims and it was obviously apparent by the end of filming that the allegations were not true but as they had already invested substantial funds producing the show they decided to air it anyway. It has to be pointed out that A Current Affair is a business that sells advertising and they did all this for advertising dollars.