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Hill, who resigned last year, argues in the lawsuit that the Daily Mail and RedState don't have the right to “sexually degrade" public officials.
People purporting to be former staffers on Hill's Twitter account said the former Congress member "can be both a victim and a perpetrator."
Republican defense industry executive Mike Garcia prevailed in California's 25th District, defeating Democratic state assembly member Christy Smith.
Smith, who was Hill's chosen successor, trounced Cenk Uygur, a controversial progressive news host who ran a primary challenge from the left.
California Democrats were supporting Hill's anointed successor, Christy Smith. Then a controversial lefty upended everything.
The Democratic congressional candidate has come under fire over comments he made about women in a series of blogs in the 2000s.
The media figure announced last month that he's running to fill the seat in California's 25th Congressional District vacated by Democratic Rep. Katie Hill.
Hill, who resigned from Congress earlier this year, said it's time for the public to stop pretending people don't take such photos.
“You’re not seen as a person anymore," Hill said, describing the "dehumanization" she experienced before her resignation.
Uygur said he was going to represent "people in a way that they have not seen before."
In her final House floor speech, Rep. Katie Hill called out accused male sexual predators who remain in power, including President Donald Trump.
The former Trump campaign aide served two weeks in prison for lying to the FBI.
The congresswoman addressed her decision to step down amid allegations of sexual relationships with staffers and the leak of nude photos.
The Democrat is stepping down from office after reports of inappropriate relationships surfaced.
In many states, sharing the freshman representative's nude photos would be illegal under "revenge porn" statutes.
"We demand you remove these photos from publication at once," reads a letter from the California Democrat's attorneys.
The freshman Democrat denied any relationship with her staffer, but admitted to having an "inappropriate" relationship with someone else before she was elected.
A bill with widely backed reforms almost got snagged over a provision blocking the IRS from creating free electronic filing.
Other Democrats, including Reps. Katie Hill and Ro Khanna, grilled Michael Cohen on Trump's business dealings, possibly raising new legal issues for the president.