Warner Wolf loses age discrimination suit against Imus

Warner Wolf has lost his age discrimination suit to Don Imus.

New York Supreme Court Justice James d'Auguste dismissed the complaint on a technicality, writing that because Wolf is a Florida resident, “he lacks a viable claim under New York human rights law.” But the judge went further in saying the suit lacks credibility. According to court documents obtained by Inside Radio, “As Wolf is neither a resident of, nor employed in, the City or State of New York, his claims… are dismissed.” And then: “Wolf has not alleged any potentially meritorious factual basis for any of his causes of action, and instead relies on a series of blanket conclusory assertions and assumptions.” The judge adds that there are only “stray comments made by Imus, a member of same protected class as Wolf.” By class, the judge is referencing the fact that Imus is 78, while Wolf is 80.

And you moved to Florida! Jesus, stay away. Though it probably is good for Imus that Boomer Esiason wasn't the judge...

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