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(5) TNTENTTONAL TNFLTCTTON OF EMOTIONAL IIISTRESS; (o NEGLTGET{TINELICTION OF EMOTIONAL IIISTRESS; fiSgEI (oMrss$pf g F irsnnpnrsENrArroN (B) I\EGLrcENr MrsRgEE$DthiBtd# FFof (ourssrox)i s.,F s=s \\r\o
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Plaintiffs Rob Lowe ('Rob Lowe") andSherylLowc (She;ryl Lowe') (collectively LauraBoyoe,an indMdual "Plaintiffs" or lhe "Lowcs'), for $eir complaintagainstDefendant ("Defendant"); allcgeasfollows: andDOBS I tluough100,inqlusive, NATTJREO.FIHp ACTTON 1We livc in an agewhereinformmioncanbc distributedworldwidein a matsr of

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seconds.That tlpe of access, combin€d with the public's ttrirst for detailsaboutthe pdvatelives grrard of ofcelebrities, hasforccd celebrities zealously tbeir privacy andthe prinacy interests to aoy their loved ones. This r€quiresthat those their employbe rrsnrrorthy andloyal bccause in information abouta celebrityfrom his/lreranployee- no mau€rhow patentlyfalse- will be

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THE PARTIES 4, PlaintiffRob Lowe is an individualresidingin the Countyof Sana Barbara.He is

a well-known actorvrho hasbad may leadandsupporting roleson Elcvision, film andthcahe. 5, PlaintiffSherylLoua is an individual residing the Countyof Santa in Barbara.

Sheis the wife of Rob Lowe andhasbeena make-up atist for telcvisionand filrn. 6. 7. The l,owes malntaintheir r€sidence Santa in Barbara. Lawa Boyce,an individual,is a fomer employee the Lourcs, Shemaintainsher of

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GENERAL FACKqROUI{D Rob lowe is a 'rcll-known celebritywho hasbeenin the public cye for many yeaxs. Due to his celcbrity sktus andthc public's seeming thirst for the intirratc unqucnchable 10. Rob Lowemust- asmwt all celebrities be abloto tnrstNs cmployces detailsof all cclebritics, not to discloseanv informationor detailspertaining Ns personallifc bccause to suchinfouration maybe disseminatcd the globalpublicjn a matter scconds. to of I t. Thus,all employees who work in ofthe Lowes,andin particularthoseernployees

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and 6e lowes' household bavehelpedto carefor the Lowes' childrerl re roquiredto sign a confidendalityagreernent a conditionof their gmploFtrent, The confidentialityagEement as providesin relevantpafl that thc employcc: Srill not givc an/ interviews(whether oral or written) or wrile or prcpar€, assist priograrns, or inpreparation anybooks,articles, of or otlrcr oral or rnnitten communications or dealingwith the business personal affairsof the 'Lowe's' andthe '[.owE'sParties',nor confirm or denyanyinfonnadonof any kind (whetherrumorpdor known in any wey) relatingto business personalaffairs of rhe or olov/E's'andthe 'Lowe'sParti€s'." IIpF'ENDAI{T'S pMpLOyMENT WITH TIIE LOWES 12. Defendant workedfor the [-owpsoverthe last year or so :ts a f,aflnyto their two

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rnoreandtravcledwith the [.oweaon at loasttwo family vacations. sometimes 14. Over the coutscof her employment, Defendantdeveloped closerelrtionshipwith a

theLoweFamily andfreely talkedaboutpersonal intirnatedetailsaboutberpersonal with and life Shcryland otheremployees fliends of thc Lowcs, and il tl
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on callsandmessages behalfof theLowestrying to loceteher. After the to reapond numerous the rc a I,owes caused missirg person'sre,port befiled on her behaf, Defendantcontactod Lowes' th* urd throughone of their e,oployees indicated shewould not be rcturningto work i6. had, the sudden departure, LowcshavelcarnedthatDefgndant SinceDefendarrt's

to in betrayedtheir tust anil hasalsoengaged a scherne hurrthe lowes by on scvcraloccasions, of maliciouslies abouteach them. sprcading 17. and abandoned herjob,the lnwes havealsobeeninformed SinceDefendant

with anothqformer has thatDefendant been,andis, conspiring and believe, on that basisallege, the maliciouslies aboutthe Lovrcsto damage Lowes' employeeandthird partiesto spread r€putation. 18. has employees, takcna significurttoll onthe Suchconduct, onoof theirtrusted by

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and the &ings, discussing Lowes' business pcrsonalaffsirs with third partiesduring andaftcr hcr with the Lowes. e,uployment 21. all The Lowes havefully perfomred of their dutiesand obligationsin connection

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the in Agrcement, Lowes havesufferedgeneral,specificandincideutaldamages an amountlo be prove,n trial. at SECONDCAUSDOF ACTION (I)efemstion) 23, and The Lowesreallege incorporate refcrence in bercineach the allegaions by of

Paragraphs throughZ2,above. I 24. The Lowesareinformed believe, based and thereon and allege, that in thc lastfew

bas months,Defendant madesevcralfalsc anddcfamatory aboutthe lowes, statpments 25, The statements Defendant by against Lowesarc falseaodde&nalory and the

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l,owesbavesuffercdgeneral qpecial and darmages an amountto be determined fial but at in to believed be no lessthan$1,000,000.00, inoluding withoutlirnitatioq darnagc the lrcwes' to reputalions, oarEenand standing thecormmrrnity. in 28, The lowts ae informedand beliwg andbasod thereonallege,tbat Defendant

actcdwith opprcasion, taud andmaliceard that,tberefore,her conductjustifies an awardof punitiveandexemplarydalages. THIRD CAUSE OT'ACTION (Breachof the Dutv of Lovaltv) 29, Tho Lowesreallcgcandincorporate reference by hereineachof ttreatlegations in

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Deftndant asthenannyandcaretaker the Lowes' children, ourcda duty to for

give the Lowes hErundividedloyalty andnot to takeanyactionsduring her employment that wouldbe detimenlal to the l,owcsor their childrcn.This included duty of loyattynot lo useor a discloseconfidentialinformation,assct fortb in thc Confidentialityfureemenf obtaincd and by revpaled her during the coruseandscope her emplolme,lrr to of eitherfor her own personal use anddealingor to tre detiment of the Lowee. 31. The Lowes areinformedandbelieve,andbased therconallcge,thatDefendant

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to person it, couldbe expected ondure of zuchthat no reasonable bounds decenoy 44. and are Defbndalt's stalernents conduct dirtcted at, andtrget, eaahof the Lowes'

suffercd themthc mostda.magc, a result,the Lowes harre As so susceptibilities asto cause in damagec that they havebeenforcedto en&rregreatmentalanguish,divlress,shock, as hurniliatiolUfeelings of helplessness ilrey art underattack. 45. malioious, harmful,unlawful As a directandproximate rezultof theintentional,

swerEand seriousinj,rry, including andoffensiveactsof Defeirdant, Loweshavesustained the emotionaldisfiess, humiliatio& andmentalanggishdl to tttc Lowcs' in but not limited to severe theninimum jurisdictional amount. an anrolrritwhich will bs provcd at rial, but which exceeds 46. In doing thc astsdescribed hercin Defendatt sct€d'ilith olryrtssion,fraudand

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with themwhcrebyshewascharged with thecareandsupervisionof their two yourg sons,drd (2) the ConfidentialityAgreemeot with the Loweswherebysheagreedrnt to discloso any informationaboutthe Lowesto anythird puty at anytime (cxceptwhencompelledby legal process), 49. Defendant knew, or shouldhaveknowa,that her failure to exerciseduecaroin (1)

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qrd injury, includingbut not limiled to severe Lowes,the Lowes havesustained sevsro serieus distress, humiliation, rnental all emotional anguish to thc LowBs'damage anamount in which and will be provedat trial. SEVPNTH CAUSEOFACTION flntentionalMisreoresentelion Omissiou) 52. trenein The Lowts reallcgcandincorporate refarence by eactrof the allegations in

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At all timcs rclcvantherein,Defendant failed !o disoloseo the Lorves, and

suppressed tom the [,owes,the fact tlrat shehadviolatedthe ConfiderrtialityAgreenentand personal informaoon theLowes thirdparties,The suppression these of discloscd to of factswas likely to nrislcad Lowes,anddid in factmislead Lowesin light of Ddendant'scontinucd thc the with OrcLorves, employmont 63, Defendantknew,or shouldhavcknown,that her faihuesto dislose the

informationand suppressions the infonnationallcgedbereinwould inducelhe Lowegto of ernployDefendaot 64. Ilrc Lowes,at the timesthesefailurcsto discloseand zupp'rcssion facts of

occuned,andat the time the Lowestook thc actionsallegedherein,were ignorantof the existenoc the factswhich Defendent of and suppressed failed to disclose. If the Loweshadbeen awareof the existenceof the factsnot discloscd Deli:ndant,the Loweewould not havg asthey by di4 continuedto have employcdDcfcmdant, to allowedDefendant cr€ for rhcir childrpn,allowed to Dcfcndantacoess their homesor allowedDcfcndurt aocess their confidential infonnation, to 65. As aproxim& resultofDsfcndant'snegligentfailure to disclosefastsc alleged

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andwill be damaged an amountwhich will bc provedat tial. in 67. The aforcmerrtioned condustof Defendant was doneby Defendartwith the

intentionof causingths Lowes injury andwasdespiceble the @nductthat subjccted Iowes to a cruel andwfust hardshipin couscious disrcgard their rigbrs. B5rremonof suchcouduct, of lhe Lowesarc entitled to recoverexcmplaryandprrritivc damages againstDefcndalrt. il tl II
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WHEREFORE, as Plaintitrs prayfor judgmentagainstDefendant follows: AS TO THE IIIRST CAUSEOF ACTION (Bresch of Written Qontr.scr(Co-$tidentialitLAsTeemeg0l l. 2. For genetal damages, anamounttobeprovenr trial; in at For costsincurred haein: AS TO TIIE SECONDCAUSE OF'ACTION (Pefrmatlon) 3. 4. For generaldamages, an amount be pmven at trial; in to For punitive damagos an anourtt apprcpriate punishDefendant deter to in and

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fmm engagingin sinilarconducq o(hers E. For oosts incunedherein; AS TO TnEFOTJRTII9aUSE OFACTTON (Brcachof FiduciarvJ.-Tties\ 910, For generaldamagcs, an amorrnt beproven at trial; in to For punitive damages an amourt appropriate prurishDefeodautanddeter in to

otben from engagingin similar eonduot; 11. For cosb incurrpd herein; AS TO TIIE FITTH CAUSE OF ACTION (In lenllonal InfUctiouof Epotional Distregg) 12,
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othersfrom eagagingin similar conducq 17. Por costs incurrej heoein; AS TO TIIE SEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTION flntentionsl Misrenreeenlrtion-- Omlsslon) 18. 19. For general danages, an amount be provenat fial; in to For pwritivc daurages an amountappropriate punishDefendantanddaer in to

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