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20050904: Lawsuit settled against author of book about serial killer SC Columbia Serial Killer News
A Texas author and the publisher of a book about a serial rapist and killer have settled a lawsuit against them for 45-hundred dollars.Author Diane Fanning says the low settlement amount is a victory for her and New York-based St. Martin's Press.

The suit was filed last year by a South Carolina woman who was kidnapped and sexually assaulted by Richard Marc Evonitz in 2002.

The woman was then 15. She claimed that Fanning revealed "highly offensive, private matters."

In the 244-page paperback, titled "Into The Water," Fanning details the teen's abduction from a friend's home and her 18-hour ordeal as a captive in Evonitz's apartment.

The woman's lawyer says the case was settled because his client voluntarily appeared a short time after her escape on a nationally televised program.

Under the settlement terms, Fanning and St. Martin's can continuing publishing the book but cannot sell the movie rights to it.
 

20050904: Lawsuit settled against author of book about serial killer SC Columbia Serial Killer News
A Texas author and the publisher of a book about a serial rapist and killer have settled a lawsuit against them for 45-hundred dollars.Author Diane Fanning says the low settlement amount is a victory for her and New York-based St. Martin's Press.

The suit was filed last year by a South Carolina woman who was kidnapped and sexually assaulted by Richard Marc Evonitz in 2002.

The woman was then 15. She claimed that Fanning revealed "highly offensive, private matters."

In the 244-page paperback, titled "Into The Water," Fanning details the teen's abduction from a friend's home and her 18-hour ordeal as a captive in Evonitz's apartment.

The woman's lawyer says the case was settled because his client voluntarily appeared a short time after her escape on a nationally televised program.

Under the settlement terms, Fanning and St. Martin's can continuing publishing the book but cannot sell the movie rights to it.
 


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