Kordell Stewart Wins Lawsuit
“Delivert” Andrew Caldwell, who became infamous for a viral video where he screamed in church “I ain’t gay no more!” never responded to Stewart’s lawsuit that accused him of lying about the pair having a sexual relationship.
A judge last week granted Stewart a default judgment in the case after Caldwell blew the entire case off.
Back in October 2015, Stewart filed suit against Caldwell, alleging the viral star spread lies about the two having a gay sexual relationship via a video he posted online.
The man – who became famous for a separate viral video – in which he screamed in church “I ain’t gay no more!” went on a radio show and claimed he hooked up with Stewart in the past. He even alleged that Stewart bought him expensive cars, purses and other gifts.
Kordell blasted the allegations in his complaint saying he has always been a heterosexual male and never had relations with his man. He said the allegations were defamatory and said it caused him public embarrassment and ridicule along with damaging his career, reputation and hurt his family.
The ex-NFL star sued Caldwell – who retracted his statements after the radio interview – for damages for his loss of earnings, emotional distress and impairment to his reputation
Shortly after Stewart filed suit, Caldwell admitted publicly again that he made up the whole story about them being lovers. He said he wasn’t worried about the legal battle and claimed he didn’t have a dime for the former NFL star to take anyways.
Caldwell never bothered to show up to court and respond to the allegations. Stewart recently filed a motion for a default judgment against Caldwell.
Then on November 4th, the judge presiding over the case signed off on Stewart’s motion and granted a default judgment against Caldwell in the case.