Former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell has gone to court to dispute an $18,250 bill from a Virginia attorney.
Reston lawyer Jonathan Moseley has demanded $18,250 for work and expenses for the former Delaware Republican Senate candidate, according to the News Journal. O’Donnell filed a declaratory judgement complaint in Delaware court after Moseley threatened to sue her in Virginia.
Moseley claims O’Donnell owes him for three months of unpaid work, including research for her book, “Troublemaker,” and his service as a treasurer during her 2008 campaign.
O’Donnell contends that she has already paid Moseley what she owed him, and that the three-year statute of limitations to collect any further money has run out.
- Sarah Rodriguez