Amber. Not happy with the way she’s been treated by Seven. ‘Fighting like a girl’ and taking no prisoners

Amber Harrison looks chill and relaxed in the photographs below, on the morning of the Court decision in Sydney about whether she’ll be lumped with legal costs for dumping on Seven and on her ex-lover Seven boss Tim Worner.

After all, Amber has achieved her goals of humiliating married Tim Worner, Seven Media CEO, for his philandering with young Seven assistants, secretaries and stars, for exposing Tim Worner’s of cocaine during work time to enhance his sexual experiences during his 18 month affair with Amber, to expose Seven Media’s heartlessness and buying tactics and to expose Seven Media’s blokey and poor culture towards women.

If Amber is bankrupted by a Court judgment, what difference will it make. Seven Media will get nothing and they’ll be further exposed as being the corporate bullies they are.

 

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Daily Mail Australia

PICTURED: Channel Seven CEO’s mistress Amber Harrison looks defiant hours before court ruling which ‘may bankrupt the former secretary’

Amber Harrison will find out if she has to pay for all of Seven West’s legal costs

Ms Harrison had a romantic affair with Seven West boss, the married Tim Worner

Former executive assistant leaked details of her affair with Mr Worner

She told a court last week a ruling in Seven’s favour could ‘bankrupt her’ 

The judge is due to hand down his decision in Sydney on Monday afternoon 

“Amber Harrison is due to find out whether she will have to foot the bill for all of Seven West’s legal costs in her court battle over her affair with its boss, Tim Worner.

The former Seven executive assistant has told Justice John Sackar that such an order would be ‘punitive and pointless’ and would drive her into bankruptcy.

The media company had sought a permanent NSW Supreme Court gag order against Ms Harrison preventing her from leaking company documents and details of her affair.

Amber Harrison was pictured out and about on Monday morning - hours before a Supreme Court Justice hands down his decision on whether she should pay Seven's court costs

Ms Harrison told the Supreme Court last week she was a foster mother and would be bankrupted by a costs decision - which could stretch into the hundreds of thousands of dollars

It contended that her social media posts had breached a deed in which the company agreed to pay her $427,418 in instalments for her silence.

On the eve of the hearing, which was due to start on July 10, Ms Harrison abandoned her fight against Seven and agreed to the gag order.

The company then sought other orders, including one requiring Ms Harrison to pay all Seven’s legal costs – which could amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

In arguing against paying all the costs, Ms Harrison said she was a foster mother and if an order was made it would affect her ability to provide for her family.

‘I should not be punished by the court system for taking a stand,’ she said.

Last Monday, the court heard Ms Harrison, the former lover of Seven boss Tim Worner, waged a campaign that intended to humiliate him through the media

Last Monday, the court heard Ms Harrison, the former lover of Seven boss Tim Worner, waged a campaign that intended to humiliate him through the media

Amber Harrison leaked details about her affair with Seven West boss, married Tim Worner 

Amber Harrison leaked details about her affair with Seven West boss, married Tim Worner

 

Seven's lawyer, Andrew Bell SC, said the court proceedings started when she published stolen documents containing confidential legal advice to the Seven board, and that she'd flagrantly breached a deed of release

But Seven’s lawyer, Andrew Bell SC, said the court proceedings started when she published stolen documents containing confidential legal advice to the Seven board, and that she’d flagrantly breached a deed of release.

‘All Seven has done in this case … is come to court as it is entitled to do, to enforce rights and promises that were made to it in return for substantial sums of money,’ Mr Bell said.

The judge is due to hand down his decision in Sydney on Monday afternoon.”

 

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