Confidential evidence in a defamation lawsuit against Katina Powell may be unsealed for public consumption.
Attorneys who represent six women in a defamation lawsuit against Powell for being depicted in Breaking Cardinal Rules, filed a motion today to set aside a protective order that kept the case’s evidence from being released to the public.
The evidence includes everything in Powell’s thousand-page journal, depositions and financial records. If revealed, the evidence would not include personal information or documents turned over by the University of Louisville related to the investigation.
The matter will be heard before the circuit court judge one week from today on August 14.
For more on the story, read WDRB News’ report.