KBR wants attorneys fees from woman who claimed rape

By John O'Brien | Aug 25, 2011


HOUSTON (Legal Newsline) - A former subsidiary of Halliburton wants Jamie Leigh Jones, the woman who alleged the company caused her gang-rape, to pay the attorneys fees it incurred defending itself against the lawsuit.

A federal jury ruled in July that Jones, whose case became a talking point for those who sought mandatory arbitration reform, was not raped in Iraq while employed by Kellogg, Brown and Root. The company moved on Aug. 17 to have its attorneys fees paid by Jones.

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