NEW YORK /PRNewsSpreader/ -- Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5WPR, the public relations agency of record for the Girls Gone Wild porn series, today marks a major milestone. At 7:41 CDT this morning, it will be 100 days since Torossian threatened to sue us.
Strumpette managing editor Amanda Chapel said, "Ronn almost immediately threatened a SLAPP suit.”
A SLAPP suit is defined as "a Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation, in which a corporation sues an organization in an attempt to scare it into dropping protests against a corporate initiative."
Commenting on the article, Torrossian said, “I'll sue you just for fun... put a lien on your home... I'll enjoy spending the money just to make you squirm... I could care less about spending $100K just to get you... May not be libel... but I have the money to spend.”
On Thursday, March 8 at 7:41 AM, Torossian emphatically promised that he was going to sue us "in 72 hours!" Consequently, that never happened.
Chapel said, "Ronn is apparently thrilled about the milestone. We called him on his cell and he couldn’t seem to contain his passion. He was quite emphatic about personally helping my dear old mother increase the size of my family. He repeated it several times. What a nice guy."
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