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Alan Dershowitz: 'I feel completely, legally vindicated' by judge's ruling on sex lawsuit

After having vehemently denied accusations by a woman claiming she was forced to have sex with him as a teen, attorney Alan Dershowitz feels some justice has been served after a federal judge ordered the allegations to be struck from court records. "I feel completely, legally vindicated,'' Dershowitz told Matt Lauer on TODAY Wednesday.
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After having vehemently denied accusations by a woman claiming she was forced to have sex with him as a teen, attorney Alan Dershowitz feels some justice has been served after a federal judge ordered the allegations to be struck from court records.

"I feel completely, legally vindicated,'' Dershowitz told Matt Lauer on TODAY Wednesday.

On Tuesday, a federal judge ordered that sex allegations made against Dershowitz and Britain's Prince Andrew be struck from court records. U.S. District Judge Kenneth Marra ruled that a woman who alleged that the two forced her to have sex with them as a teen cannot join a lawsuit in Florida involving convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

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