Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson scored a victory (kind of) in her lawsuit against her former business partner Robert Williamson III over her former business Vicki’s Vodka, a new report reveals.
On August 28, Gunvalson filed papers with the court asking the judge in the case to make a summary judgment ending the suit. â€œIf any party was injured, it was the company Vickiâ€™s Vodka, not Williamson personally,â€ she argued, according to court documents.
The judge agreed with Vicki on some points, some of the charges still stand.
â€œI grant summary judgment against Williamson with regard to unjust enrichment (Coutn IV), civil conspiracy (Count VI), and intentional infliction of emotional distress (Count IX),â€ the judge wrote in the court documents, explaining that Williamson did not provide enough evidence to substantiate those claims.
However, the judge wrote, â€œI deny it with respect to Williamsonâ€™s claims for breach of contract (Count I), breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing (Count II), misrepresentations, fraud, and omissions (Count III); and promissory espoppel (Count V),” the docs, obtained by RadarOnline state, and these charges will be battled out in court.
The judge wrote that Gunvalson has â€œnot demonstratedâ€ that â€œWilliamson lacks standingâ€ to bring his claims against her.
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