Neal Schon's private parts admitted as evidence: $50 Million Law suit against Journey erected
By April MacIntyre Jul 9, 2012, 20:29 GMT
Neal Schon and Ms. Salahi - "Rock of Ages" World Premiere - Arrivals - Grauman\'s Chinese Theatre - Hollywood, CA, USA © Jonathan Shensa / PR Photos
Reality TV star Tareq Salahi is going after the man who stole his wife.
According to an email sent to Monsters and Critics, Tareq’s attorney has successfully admitted into evidence a picture of Neal Schon’s penis and an audio recording where the Journey guitarist tells Tareq, “I am f**king your wife.”
The $50 million lawsuit against Schon and his publicist alleges Schon sent Tareq “an email of his large penis, said email being sent for no other purpose than to humiliate and injure the Plaintiff.”
Tareq, currently divorcing his wife Michaele Salahi, is alleging that Schon not only took away his wife, but destroyed their successful business partnership.
Now the $50 Million Law suit against Journey will move forward to Supreme Court
On the eve of the new Journey tour, Tareq Salahi's Chief Counsel, Charles Roberts announced that the fifty million dollar lawsuit against defendants DD Entertainment, Journey and founder Neal Schon will proceed to the Virginia Supreme Court.
Mr. Salahi went on record this morning to say,
“I am thankful that this case will have the opportunity to be reviewed by the Virginia Supreme Court. We look forward to the chance for our case to be heard by a jury of my peers from within the local community where I grew up and in which Michaele and I lived as husband and wife. It was outrageous that Journey knew that I would be extremely emotionally distraught when my wife and business partner became missing after Neal Schon lured her into his entertainment business. Today's decision to proceed to the Virginia Supreme Court is another step toward justice as a result of Neal Schon’s and Journey’s selfish and outrageous behavior and for their inexcusable acts which caused me extreme emotional distress.”
Chuck Roberts, Mr. Salahis Attorney, stated:
“We are going to see this case all the way through for Mr. Salahi. We were always prepared to go to the Virginia Supreme Court as we are confident that there is enough evidence of outrageous and lewd acts committed by the Defendants to permit this case to move forward. Journey's founder Neal Schon's behavior was inexcusable. The fact that Neal Schon allegedly chose, among other things, to send a picture of his penis to Mr. Salahi and then allegedly called my client to let him know he was "F**cking" Mr. Salahi's wife, is simply disgusting and proves his malicious intent to willfully inflict emotional pain and torment on my client. We are confident that the Court will rule that a jury should be presented with this evidence and allowed to decide for themselves if this type of abhorrent behavior is within the generally accepted standards of decency and morality in our community."
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