was "unjustly enriched" by the publication "of thousands if not millions of unauthorized photographs" the lawsuit argues."Not a day goes by when someone doesn't tell me that they saw my pictures posted on or another website," Yuliana Avalos, a part-time model who is the lead plaintiff in the suit, said in a statement.Mary Kay Beckman first met Wade Ridley after the online service paired the two up in September 2010, and knew him for only 10 days before breaking up with him.Four months later, according to Courthouse News Service, on the night of Jan.She seeks 6,000 in economic damages, .4 million in noneconomic damages, and .1 million in punitive damages. A Las Vegas woman is suing for million dollars after being brutally stabbed and beaten by a man she met on the popular dating site. of 2010, Mary Kay Beckman, 50, and Wade Ridley, 53, dated for just eight days before Beckman called off their relationship."She continuously bombarded me with questions: Why hadn't I met somebody at the church I attended? That women my age didn't have much time left and these statements were made over and over again." Clark was taking Oxycontin after a recent hip replacement surgery in addition to breaking her foot.
Beckman is now suing for million, citing negligence, negligent misrepresentation, deceptive trade, failure to warn and negligent infliction of emotional distress.Apartments in Washington Attorneys in Washington Auto Dealers in Washington Auto Parts in Washington Auto Repair in Washington Beauty Salons in Washington Car Rental in Washington Dentists in Washington Doctors in Washington Flowers in Washington Hotels in Washington Insurance in Washington Loans in Washington Mortgages in Washington Movers in Washington Pizza in Washington Realtors in Washington Restaurants in Washington Storage in Washington Tax Preparation in Washington Travel in Washington Featured More... Ridley attacked her with a knife, she told the media. Ridley killed an Arizona woman he also met at Match.com, the report continued. A woman is suing the matchmaker Internet business, Match.com, for million after a man she met via the service broke into her garage and threatened to kill her.“When police arrested him,” Las Vegas’ Mary Kay Beckman told Fox 5 KVVU, “he said he wasn’t there to hurt me. Beckman said she met Wade Ridley during her second month of use, in September 2010. None of the allegations have been proven in court and a statement of defence has not been filed.Edmonton Matchmakers has not responded to CBC Edmonton's repeated requests for comment.Four months later, however, Ridley broke into Beckman’s garage, jumping the mother of two and stabbing her repeatedly with a butcher’s knife before stomping on her head and neck, Fox 5 Las Vegas reported.