In a lawsuit filed in the Virginia Circuit Court, Falwell accused Liberty of failing to review the claims of Giancarlo Granda, a former pool attendant in Miami who claimed that he had had many years of dealings with Jerry and Becki Falwell. The lawsuit insisted that Becky and Granda had an extramarital affair that “Falwell was not known for” and that Granda had tried to blackmail Falwell and was sponsored by the anti-Trump PAC Lincoln project. It said that the Liberal Party had breached the contract, which may have allowed Farwell to receive much more than the Liberal Party insisted on leaving him.
The complaint stated: “After Granda made false and defamatory statements, Falwell was immediately forced to resign. Liberalism sent a clear message to the public that Granda̵
Granda did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Lincoln Project said in a statement, “It has nothing to do with the public finally understanding the true face of the Falwell family.”
Although Falwell’s complaint is mainly about Granda’s blockbuster accusations, there have been several reports on unorthodox personal lives in recent years. Although the evangelical Statue of Liberty has strict codes of conduct for students and faculty, Falwell posted a picture of himself on the Internet this summer, with his yacht pulling his arm on his pants and his wife’s assistant , This caused an uproar among many free female alumni. Prior to this, there were concerns that Falwell and Granda jointly owned a hotel in Miami Beach and that he and his family apparently visited Miami nightclubs.
According to the indictment, according to the 2019 contract with the Liberal Party, Farwell and the Liberal Party have a non-destructive clause and that the compensation clause was deleted in the public complaint to the court. In the days after he left the Liberal Party, Falwell claimed that he was owed $10.5 million, but the Liberal Party has been arguing that he owed him so much and instead claimed that the money was less.
When asked to comment, Liberal Party spokesperson Scott Lamb said that the university’s board of directors will speak at the next two days of the fall meeting. “Universities need to read and review the lawsuit before making comments. So far, we have not received service.”
Falwell’s lawyer, Quinn Emanuel’s Robert Raskopf (Robert Raskopf) said in a statement: “We tried to meet several times with the Executive Committee of the Liberty University Board of Trustees, but failed. Success. Therefore, we were forced to seek a remedy for Mr. Falwell’s law. Continued damage and damage to his reputation through the courts.”