A suburban St. Louis, Mo., man and a car dealership are in a legal battle over an online video the man posted complaining about his car repair.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Dwayne Cooney posted his video complaint on YouTube in February, drawing thousands of hits. It features a dashboard camera video of mechanics at Jim Butler Chevrolet working on his 2008 Malibu, as Cooney suggests that he was overcharged for repairs.
The Fenton-based dealership has responded with a defamation lawsuit. It wants the video taken down and Cooney banned from making statements that the dealership says are false.
A St. Louis County judge on Feb. 24 ordered the video off the Internet, but reversed herself eight days later, and it is now back online.
Was this article valuable?
Here are more articles you may enjoy.