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Anti-Muslim Conservative Laura Loomer Sues Attorneys In Palm Beach County Court

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Claims Malpractice In Case Against Twitter, Muslim Organization. Read Complete Lawsuit.

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Conservative Palm Beach County resident Laura Loomer is suing her attorneys over failed suits against Twitter and the Council on American Islamic Relations. (Image Licensed/Storyblocks).


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Ultra right-wing conservative Laura Loomer — who lost the 21st District 2020 Congressional race to Democrat Lois Frankel, then lost again in the 2022 11th Congressional District Republican primary to Daniel Webster, is suing her attorneys after losing a suit against Twitter and The Council on American Islamic Relations. The suit was just filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court.

Loomer, who is known for her vociferous Anti-Muslim positions, was banned from many social media platform Loomer claims she was enticed to sue Twitter and CAIR by a New York Attorney who allegedly didn’t mention she’d be on the hook for the Twitter and CAIR’s legal fees if she lost. She lost. According to the suit, she paid out over $160,000 in fees — more than half raised through crowdfunding.

The following is an excerpt from the suit which names New York Attorney Ronald Coleman, Dhillon Law Group, Mandlebaum Barrett PC, and Craig William Young of Boynton Beach as defendants:

“Defendant Coleman is an attorney based primarily in New York. He is a prolific self proclaimed social media influencer with over 230,000 followers on Twitter and he also hosts a podcast called Coleman Nation.

Defendant Coleman’s social media and other public profiles provide content based on his professed legal background and work. In or around January of 2019, Defendant Coleman, who was working at the time at Mandelbaum, invited Ms. Loomer to his law office in New York City and induced and convinced her to file a lawsuit against the Council on American Islamic Relations (“CAIR”) and Twitter.

On or about February 27, 2019, Plaintiffs signed a legal representation agreement with Coleman and Mandelbaum. Defendant Coleman did not apprise Ms. Loomer of the risks of the litigation, namely that she could be subject to a court ordering that she pay the other side’s attorneys fees and costs if the suit was not successful, and Defendant Coleman also did not provide an honest or accurate assessment of the merits of the case against CAIR and Twitter.

It is now evident to Plaintiffs that Defendant Coleman was simply looking for any vehicle to bring a lawsuit against CAIR and Twitter, regardless of the merits, in order to boost his own notoriety, fame, and social media presence after Ms. Loomer crowd funded over $90,000 to pay for a lawsuit when she was banned on all social media. Coleman had little to no interest in taking the time, effort and actually doing the work to competently perform the work required, but saw the crowd fund as a way to make money off of Ms. Loomer who was in a state of distress when she was banned on social media and lost majority of her livelihood because of it.”

The suit seeks damages in excess of the statutory minimum of $30,000. Read the complete lawsuit here. The defendants had not filed responses processed by the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts as of 6 a.m. Sunday, June 4, 2023.



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