FilmOn, Founder Owe $1.3M Fees After $11M Sex Battery Loss

Law360 (October 9, 2019, 9:32 PM EDT) -- A California court has ordered FilmOn founder Alki David and two of his companies to pay $1.3 million in attorney fees to a former worker who won $11 million in damages earlier this year after a jury found David sexually battered her.

Chasity Jones, a former sales executive for David-owned companies FilmOn.TV Networks Inc. and Hologram USA, had initially sought nearly $2 million in attorney fees in the wake of her April victory in the sexual battery case. She subsequently reduced that request to just under $1.6 million.

Judge Rafael Ongkeko, however, decided on Monday that $1,339,948 was a more appropriate...

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