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Dr. Phil's production company is suing Gawker Media over its use of an interview with Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, the man behind the Manti Te'o girlfriend hoax.

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The suit claims the company, via its sports blog Deadspin, posted the best parts of the interview online before it had aired in the majority of Dr. Phil markets.

The lawsuit also criticizes the entire "system" of content aggregation.

"A remora is a fish, sometimes called a suckerfish, which attaches itself to other fish like sharks," reads the legal complaint filed this week in Texas.

"The host fish gains nothing from the relationship but the remora is enriched by obtaining benefits (usually food and transportation) from the host."

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Several women are suing TV doctor personality Dr. Phil, claiming he traumatized them by trapping them in a house and forcing them to look at a naked man.

Somewhere, Brett Favre is jealous he didn't think of this.

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Four years ago, six individuals, including plaintiffs Crystal Matchett and Shirley Dieu, were invited to a house as Phil's "dinner guests." Worst. Dinner. Ever.

The invitation was part of a Big Brother-esque type episode where these individuals were secured in a "mock house" with no contact from the outside world.

On the third night, the women opened the door to their "house" to find a naked man. The women then hid in a room and allegedly asked to leave.

The TV crew laughed at them and promptly refused.

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