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Apr 22, 2016 4:47 PM

Lawsuit filed against 'State of Corruption's' Michael Gill, Aaron Day for billboard comments


MANCHESTER — A defamation lawsuit has been filed against Michael Gill and Aaron Day of The Mortgage Specialist, Inc., both hosts of Gill's radio show "State of Corruption."

Gill is known for exploiting politicians and other public figures and making controversial comments about them on his outside electronic billboards. Real estate developer Dick Anagnost, CEO of AutoFair Andy Crews and New Hampshire businessman William Greiner have all filed a lawsuit accusing Gill and Day of defamation or for making false claims about them on Gill's billboard.

Last month, Gill featured photos of Anagnost and Crews with the words “drug dealer”on the billboard at the intersection near South Willow Street near the Manchester Mall. Both Anagnost and Crews are involved with Hope for New Hampshire Recovery, a peer-to-peer resource center for those struggling with addiction.

READ: Controversial billboard calls two NH businessmen 'drug dealers'

Greiner has said to be a victim of Gill's attack-ads as well.

On Apr. 1, Gill was recently released after spending a week in jail for "contempt of court" during his divorce hearing, - an unrelated incident where Gill then broadcasted about his "jail experience" in his radio show.

READ: Michael Gill released from jail, 'for 10 days I had to keep trying to outthink them'

A court date has not yet been set.

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