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Reed sues Golf Channel for defamation… asking for $750 million!

Patrick Reed © LIV Golf Series The winner of Augusta Masters of 2018, patrick reedhas filed a lawsuit against



Patrick Reed © LIV Golf Series

The winner of Augusta Masters of 2018, patrick reedhas filed a lawsuit against the channel Golf Channel and his analyst Brandel Chamblee. how she revealed Courthouse News Servicesthe American golfer, one of the stars of the LIV Golf Seriesalleges defamation and seeks compensation of 750 million dollars in damages.

In court documents, Chamblee and Golf Channel They are accused of “conspiring” with the PGA Tours and his commissioner, Jay Monahto “engage in a pattern and practice of defaming patrick reedmisrepresent information with falsehood and/or reckless disregard for the truth. They are also accused of “deliberately omitting key relevant material facts in order to mislead the public and actively attack patrick reed since he was 23 years old to destroy his reputation, his name as an elite, world-class young golfer.”

Even though that him PGA Tours and his commissioner are mentioned in court documents, they are not charged. The lawsuit also claims that Reed been abused by viewers, which they have “glorified” in Golf Channel. He claims that treatment with the nine-time winner of the PGA Tours is related to his signing by LIV Golfwhich was announced just before the first event of the Saudi tour on American soil.

According to court documents, Chamblee, Golf Channel and the PGA Tours They are accused of “defaming any person related to LIV to try to maintain their monopoly on professional golf. Reed has been involved in numerous controversies and has even been accused of cheating. A couple of years ago he even sent a letter to Chamblee so that he would stop accusing him of having cheated in the Hero World Challenge.