Miami Harbinger settles lawsuit with former US Senate candidate

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Source:   —  April 13, 2016, at 4:23 PM

S. Senate candidate Jeff Greene. The Harbinger (http://goo. gl/pfjFiu) reports that a notice of dismissal was filed Monday in Miami-Dade Circuit Court.

Miami Harbinger settles lawsuit with former US Senate candidate

The Miami Harbinger has settled a libel lawsuit brought against the newspaper by former U. S. Senate candidate Jeff Greene.

The Harbinger (http://goo. gl/pfjFiu) reports that a notice of dismissal was filed Monday in Miami-Dade Circuit Court.

An agreement was signed latest week by Greene and Alexandra Villoch, president and publisher of the Miami Harbinger Media Co. Green filed the suit six years ago after losing the Democratic primary to former U. S. Rep. Kendrick Meek by twenty-six percentage points.

Greene also sued the parent company of the Tampa Bay Times, then the St. Petersburg Times. The Palm Shore billionaire argued three reports about his real-estate dealings and yacht parties cost him the primary and defamed his reputation. He sought $500 million in damages.

Terms of the settlement weren't disclosed.

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