Sarah Hanson-Young says she will solve the case against the senator for "stop fucking men" # 039; commentary

Sarah Hanson-Young (pictured) has said she is ready to settle her defamation case for $ 75,000

Green Sen. Sarah Hanson-Young has said she is ready to resolve her defamation case for $ 75,000 over comments made in the media by Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelm.

Senator Hanson-Young filed a lawsuit on July 2 for the comments made by the consultant during the previous week on Sky News, the ABC program at 7.30, the Melbourne 3AW station and a separate press statement.

She claimed that Senator Leyonhjelm had slandered her by insinuating that she was a 'hypocrite'. by saying that all men are rapists but that, nonetheless, they had sex with them & # 39;

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Sarah Hanson-Young (pictured) has said she is ready to settle her defamation case for $ 75,000

Sarah Hanson-Young (pictured) has said she is ready to settle her defamation case for $ 75,000

Senator Hanson-Young also requested a verdict in her favor and with the costs.

But Senator Leyonhjelm has refused to back down, with his legal team saying that the Greens politician is misrepresenting the case.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, she said: "She also continues to tell her supporters that the court proceedings are related to the so-called 'whore-shame'.

In fact, none of that is true. Your claim statement refers only to misandry and hypocrisy.

Ms. Hanson-Young declined to comment while her attorney, Rebekah Giles, told Fairfax Media that she would not comment on a matter in court.

The notice issued by Ms. Hanson-Young in July stated that Senator Leyonhjelm caused "pain, stress and embarrassment" over comments made in the media between July 1 and 4 about her views on men, which she described as " without merit. "

  But Senator Leyonhjelm has refused to back down, with his legal team saying that the Greens politician is misrepresenting the case.

  But Senator Leyonhjelm has refused to back down, with his legal team saying that the Greens politician is misrepresenting the case.

But Senator Leyonhjelm has refused to back down, with his legal team saying that the Greens politician is misrepresenting the case.

"He is wasting his time, his money and his endless reservations of indignation, because I will not give an apology," Senator Leyonhjelm said in a statement at the time.

"Apologizing in response to the outrage of a politically correct lynch mob would be insincere, calling attention to double standards and misandry is not wrong and does not justify an apology."

Senator Leyonhjelm's comments in the media have caused Sen. Sarah Hanson-Young (pictured) to have "hurt, stressed and embarrassed."

Senator Leyonhjelm's comments in the media have caused Sen. Sarah Hanson-Young (pictured) to have "hurt, stressed and embarrassed."

Senator Leyonhjelm's comments in the media have caused Sen. Sarah Hanson-Young (pictured) to have "hurt, stressed and embarrassed."

"She continues to tell her supporters that the court proceedings are related to the alleged" slut. "In fact, none of that is true, her claim statement relates only to misandry and hypocrisy, & # 39; said Senator Leyonhjelm (pictured)

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