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CM Punk files motion to dismiss Colt Cabana’s lawsuit

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Colt Cabana suing CM Punk over the legal fees he had to pay for the Chris Amann lawsuit was probably one of the most surprising news coming out of 2018.

However, the first lawsuit was dismissed last year before Cabana filed another one in December and now PWinsider is reporting that Punk has filed a motion to dismiss the second lawsuit too.

The mentioned motion was filed in the Cook County Circuit Court in Illinois and it suggests that the indie star’s lawsuit should be dismissed because the “conclusory allegations” won’t legally hold up

In the motion, the former WWE Champion has also claimed that he has spent over $1 million in defending himself and former friend Colt Cabana in the lawsuit against Amann.

Cabana’s legal team have been given until January 25th to respond to this motion after which Punk will have until February to respond back.

  • CC

    I blame Cabana 100%. He is an adult and was quiet happy to have such a story be broadcast on his podcast as it created controversy and brought in more followers.
    I do not see why Punk should have to pay any of his costs in the first place, and if he has already paid a load of money already, why should he have to keep paying?

    Cabana needs to consider things more carefully before going ahead with something so risky.

  • oppa

    If Punk really did pay part of Colt’s legal expenses, which were partially due to him not having any business insurance, than I can’t feel sorry for Colt. Especially seeing how he has the interview still up and making money off of it on YouTube. And since the second lawsuit didn’t change anything from the first one that got thrown out, my guess is Colt is getting bad business and legal advice that he needs to fix.