Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart on CBA All Access’s The Good Fight. Photo: ViacomCBS According to Variety, attorney Alan Dershowitz has demanded an apology and a retraction from CBS All Access’s The Good Fight over a character’s remark about him in relation to Jeffrey Epstein in the show’s season four finale “The Gang Discovers Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein.” In the episode, which aired May 27, fictional lawyer Benjamin Dafoe, played by actor David Alford, references working for Epstein, claiming to be the late convicted sex offender’s legal representation before Alan Dershowitz: “Probably about the time he ditched me for Dershowitz. At least I didn’t get a massage, like that shyster. And for the purposes of any potential lawsuit, ‘shyster’ is just my opinion, not a statement of fact.” In a letter sent to the network and Good Fight showrunners Robert King and Michelle King, among others, on July 17, Dershowitz’s attorney Imran H. Ansari accuses the episode, which blends facts about Jeffrey Epstein’s criminal history with the show’s fictional storyline, of defaming him. “Clearly, the dialogue and the context in which it is made, with words loaded with innuendo such as ‘massage,’ ‘Epstein,’ the ‘Virgin Islands,’ in combination with the… Read full this story
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