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Michael Egan Voluntarily Dismisses Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Ex-Disney Exec David Neuman

6/18/2014

By Jethro Nededog
TheWrap

Michael Egan has voluntarily dismissed his case against former Disney executive David Neuman, according to court documents obtained by TheWrap.

The documents filed on Wednesday at the United States District Court of Hawaii is slim on details, but does state:

Plaintiff MICHAEL F. EGAN, III, by and through his undersigned attorney, hereby gives notice that pursuant to Rule 41(a)(1)(A)(i), F.R.C.P., the above captioned action is dismissed without prejudice against Defendant David Alexander Neuman.

In mid-May, Neuman filed a motion to dismiss Egan's lawsuit against him. The filing stated that during a previous 2003 testimony, Egan said that Neuman did not have inappropriate sexual contact with him.

Additionally, the motion included evidence attorneys said would prove Neuman was not in Hawaii in 1999 — the time the alleged assaults took place.

Pamela Chelin contributed to this article.

More to come…

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