Nicollette Sheridan

California Supreme Court Denies Nicollette Sheridan in “Desperate Housewives” Case

Truth rating: 10

The California Supreme Court has denied Nicollette Sheridan’s appeal in her “Desperate Housewives” wrongful termination case.

It’s the latest setback for the actress, whose years-long legal battle against ABC and Touchstone Television concerns her 2009 firing from “Desperate Housewives” following several seasons.

Judge Declares Mistrial in Nicollette Sheridan Desperate Housewives Trial

Truth rating: 10

After two weeks of testimony, a deadlocked jury led the judge in Nicollette Sheridan’s “Desperate Housewives” case to declare a mistrial on Monday.

The jurors, who had been deliberating since Wednesday, told Judge Elizabeth Allen White this morning that they were still stuck at 8-4 in favor of Sheridan’s claim that she was wrongfully fired from the ABC series.

Nicollette Sheridan Battery Claim Dismissed in Desperate Housewives Trial

Truth rating: 10

Nicollette Sheridan‘s battery claim was dismissed from her lawsuit against “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry and ABC on Tuesday.

Judge Elizabeth Allen White ruled that the prosecution did not sufficiently meet the standard of proof for battery.

Marc Cherry: I “Tapped” Nicollette Sheridan


Marc Cherry, the “Desperate Housewives” creator and executive producer, who “hit” Nicollette Sheridan in 2008, took the stand today and tesfitied that it was nothing more than a tap.

He further told the court that he absolutely had not “walloped” her, as Sheridan had claimed.

Nicollette Sheridan Testifies: Desperate Housewives Creator Marc Cherry Hit Me

Truth rating: 10

Nearly two years after filing a wrongful termination lawsuit against “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry, Nicollette Sheridan testified in court on Thursday that the TV executive forcefully struck her on her head.

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