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What were the most ridiculous lawsuits of 2015?

"The Kelly File" took a look back at a few of the most memorable headlines. 

These were the top three, as named in a Top 10 list by Faces of Lawsuit Abuse

1. PETA Sues Photographer on Behalf of a Monkey

The winner of the Most Ridiculous award went to PETA, which filed a copyright lawsuit on behalf of a monkey against a British photographer. 

The case stems from the now-famous "monkey selfie" in which a macaque snapped a picture of himself. 

PETA wants all proceeds from the picture to go to toward the benefit of 6-year-old Naruto, and other macaques in Sulawesi, Indonesia.

2. Armed Robber Sues County Over Injuries Inflicted by Cops

The man pictured above, Todd Kirkpatrick, sued Snohomish County, Washington, for more than $6 million.

Kirkpatrick, who was convicted, was shot as he fled the scene of a bank robbery. Police say he was waving a gun when a deputy opened fire.

3. Manhattan Woman Sues 12-Year-Old Nephew Over a Hug

A jury ruled against a Manhattan woman who sued her 12-year-old nephew for $127,000 for jumping into her arms at his 8th birthday party, causing her to fall and break her wrist. 

The lawsuit came after the boy's mother passed away last year and she left him a large inheritance.

Watch the reactions from legal analysts Mark Eiglarsh and Deborah Blum above.


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