Rhonda Miller stands beside attorneys Gloria Allred and Paul L. Hoffman as they announce the filing of a lawsuit on Miller's behalf against Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his campaign organization alleging libel. Two months earlier, Miller held a press conference alleging sexual harassment by Schwarzenegger when she was a stuntwoman on the set of "Terminator 2." The suit said Schwarzenegger aide Sean Walsh led reporters to the criminal record of another Rhonda Miller with a history of prostitution and drug abuse. A judge later dismissed the suit, saying Miller had not shown "clear and convincing evidence" to prove the campaign knowingly provided false information.
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