|By Raj Giri||September 24, 2012 | Comments|
The counterclaim is in response to the complaint filed by TNA last June asking for an injunction to stop Steiner's "disparaging remarks" on Twitter. According to TNA's complaint, Steiner's comments breach a contract that he signed in December of 2010 which states that he is "forbidden from making public statements, including messages online, concerning TNA or any of its employees without prior approval."
The lawsuit read: "In blatant disregard of the parties' Agreement, Steiner has engaged in a concerted effort to disparage TNA, its wrestlers, and other talent and cast them in a negative light."
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