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Judge dismisses privacy case against Dr. Dre

The rapper is cleared once again

Dr Dre 09 february 2007
A Michigan judge has once again dismissed an invasion of privacy case against Dr Dre.

The charge reportedly stems from an incident that occurred seven years ago in which City of Detroit employees were allegedly videotaped by Dr. Dre without their consent during a conversation in which they asked concert producers to refrain from showing a video containing nudity.

The conversation was later released on a DVD.

Circuit Judge John Murphy ruled this week that the city workers had no reason to believe the conversation was private, and dismissed the case, reports the Associated Press.

They had been appealing Murphy's previous ruling.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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