IN THE SPOT­LIGHT

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - KICKOFF -

But­ter­fly has failed to pay the claims as­serted by the Plans. Black But­ter­fly re­fuses, and con­tin­ues to refuse, to pay the amounts due for un­paid con­tri­bu­tions dis­closed by the au­dit,” the law­suit says.

The plain­tiffs man­age plans for the Amer­i­can Fed­eral of Mu­si­cians, the In­ter­na­tional Al­liance of The­atri­cal Stage Em­ploy­ees and the In­ter­na­tional Brother­hood of Team­sters Stu­dio Trans­porta­tion Driv­ers. They are seek­ing all un­paid dam­ages, in­ter­est, au­dit costs and le­gal fees.

A mes­sage left with Forty Acres wasn’t im­me­di­ately re­turned.

Ama­zon pulls neg­a­tive re­views of Megyn Kelly’s mem­oir

SEAT­TLE >> Ama­zon has sup­pressed a num­ber of neg­a­tive re­views of Fox News an­chor Megyn Kelly’s new mem­oir. The Los An­ge­les Times re­ports more than 100 neg­a­tive re­views of Kelly’s “Set­tle For More” ap­peared on the on­line re­tail gi­ant’s site within hours of its re­lease Nov. 15. The news­pa­per re­ports many of the com­ments came from a link from a pro-Trump Reddit fo­rum.

Seat­tle-based Ama­zon re­moved some re­views from users it couldn’t ver­ify had pur­chased the book.

Com­pany spokes­woman Angie New­man says in a state­ment that “Ama­zon Cus­tomer Re­views must be prod­uct re­views and are de­signed to help cus­tomers make pur­chase de­ci­sions.”

Kelly and Repub­li­can Pres­i­den­t­elect Don­ald Trump had a con­tentious re­la­tion­ship dur­ing the cam­paign.

Pub­lisher Harper-Collins tells the Times it alerted Ama­zon to the re­views.

Megyn Kelly poses for a por­trait in New York.

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