Restraining order in TNA lawsuit approved, court date for October 20

 

A few more details from Billy Corgan’s lawsuit against TNA have surfaced although there is not much since the documents have been sealed by the judge.

Corgan apparently filed a restraining order, which was approved, and while it doesn’t say what or who it is for, it’s probably a restraining order to prevent Dixie Carter from completing a sale of the company behind his back.

PWInsider adds that a temporary injunction hearing has been set for October 20 in the morning and in his lawsuit, Corgan is asking for a six-person jury to hear the case.

Corgan, along with another minority owner Aroluxe, are owed hundreds of thousands of dollars, and some say even millions, by the company. The sale is a messy affair which will leave a few unhappy people unless they get it their way. There was a plan to sell the TNA video library to WWE and then the rest of the company to Billy Corgan, who would then start fresh under a new name with the same talent.