Comedian Kathy Griffin Beats Neighbor’s Invasion of Privacy Suit

July 1, 2021, 10:21 PM

Comedian Kathy Griffin won’t face invasion of privacy claims after a California appellate court Thursday tossed a lawsuit alleging she used security cameras to record her then-neighbor, businessman Jeffrey Mezger, and his family in their backyard.

In a 2018 lawsuit, Mezger alleged Griffin and her now-husband moved into the house next to him in Bel Air, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, and began making noise complaints to both the police and the Home Owners Association.

Griffin installed security cameras for the purpose of spying on the Mezger yard, and Griffin hoped to obtain footage as evidence for further noise complaints, ...

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