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American Apparel Lawsuit Update

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If you're suing someone in civil court for $260,000,000 in damages for "forced sex"—as self-identified victim Irene Morales is suing American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney—does it beg the question of why she hasn't pressed any criminal charges? The NY Daily News reports: "Morales didn't immediately go to authorities because of trauma and shame, but she may press criminal charges in the future." The lawsuit was filed at Brooklyn Supreme Court, check out our sister site Racked NY for more details and ongoing updates. [NYDN]