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The cast of Storage Wars finds all kinds of crazy stuff when they open up other people's storage lockers, but it's the alleged skeleton in one of the cast member's closets that ended with her getting a day in court.

Storage Wars star Brandi Passante sued Hunter Moore, former owner of revenge porn site Is Anyone Up, for $2.5 million plus $5,250 in statutory damages after a fake porn video of her was allegedly posted on his site, with Judge James V. Selna ruling in her favor on Friday, according to Us Weekly.

However, despite the win, Brandi only made out with a paltry $750 from the case, in addition to having her legal fees covered, due to the judge's ruling that there was "absolutely no support for this calculation of damages" and "a lack of evidentiary support." 

In addition to forking over some cash, Hunter was forced to remove any remaining portions of the offending video from his sites and was barred from distributing the video in the future. 

While Brandi's payout was far from a windfall, she still has 30 days to submit another application for damages.

Source: Us Weekly



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