'Captain America' Reed Files $750m Law Suit Over 'Malicious Attacks
US golf player Patrick Reed has filed a $750 million defamation lawsuit against The Golf Channel and commentator Brandel Chamblee.
"calculated, malicious, false and reckless attacks" have caused Reed major damages The US District Court filing in Houston, Texas, says
Reed, 32, won the 2018 Masters and was nicknamed "Skipper America" for his profound exhibitions on US Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup groups from 2014-2019.
He joined the LIV Golf Series in June.
Reed claims in the claim that Chamblee, a previous PGA player, has a past filled with naming Reed a miscreant and censuring all players who leave the PGA for LIV Golf.
Reed blamed Chamblee for "distorting data" with "crazy dismissal of reality"
and focusing on Reed since he was 23 to "obliterate his standing, establish disdain and an unfriendly workplace for him."
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