Jesse Ventura lost his appeal to reinstate a $1.8 million award in the defamation case against ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle.

The former Minnesota governor claimed Kyle made up a story about punching him in the face at a bar in his autobiography, even though Ventura was never mentioned by name in that book.

On Monday, U.S. Supreme Court denied Ventura’s  attempts to reinstate the defamation case against Chris Kyle, his family, and his estate.




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14 thoughts on “Jesse Ventura Loses Appeal in $1.8 Million Verdict Against ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle

  1. Doesn’t matter Jesse. If you need the money that bad, maybe you should manage your career more intelligently. At least you’re still in a position to do so – you’re alive. Best wishes to the Kyle family.

  2. That’s great news! Ventura is a loudmouth slob! Taking money away from a widow, with children of a deceased hero? Hell No!!

  3. I’m not sure about the timeline but I believe that the Master Chief was dead when Ventura filed the lawsuit. It made my day when I read that Ventura lost his appeal.

  4. Thank God the Ventura (wannabe) is not awarded for his delusions! Chris was a true hero, and his wife Taya is carrying on his legacy.

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