Charles Oakley sues MSG, Dolan over removal from game, aftermath

THE BIG APPLE (Reuters) – Former THE BIG APPLE Knicks participant Charles Oakley on Tuesday filed a defamation lawsuit in opposition to Madison Square Garden Co, MSG Networks Inc and their govt chairman, James Dolan, in reference to the forcible removing of the previous National Basketball Affiliation big name from a Knicks game in February.

Oakley’s complaint filed in Big Apple federal courtroom additionally alleges libel, slander, false imprisonment and other claims. He Is searching for compensatory damages, punitive damages and other remedies.

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