LITTLE ROCK, Ark.
— An attorney for a company that was sued for more than $40,000 in real property litigation, and lost, says that the lawsuit will be worth more than that because it was filed in a federal court.
David R. Wills said Monday in an email that he believes that the case is the “largest case” of its kind to date.
The lawsuit was filed Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas, which includes Little Rock.
Wants to remain anonymous, he said he believes the lawsuit was brought by a former client.
The lawsuit claims the former client was in a relationship with a woman named Susan.
Wands’ attorney, David C. Crouch, told the Associated Press that he believed that the suit was the result of a sexual relationship between the two women.
The suit claims that Susan and Wands had a sexual encounter in the home where they lived and that they had consensual sex.
The suit also alleges that the former clients property was sold to a third party for $50,000.
The plaintiffs lawyer, Crouch said the case could be worth $200,000 to $300,000 if it went to trial.
Wands’ lawyer did not immediately return a phone call requesting comment.