With co-star Nicolette Sheriden involved in a court battle with ABC, "Desperate Housewives" star Teri Hatcher has her own legal tussle brewing.
In documents filed earlier this month, Hatcher claims that a former employee, Jennifer Glassman, violated a confidentiality agreement by copying Hatcher's emails without the actress's consent.
Hatcher claims the emails contained work-related material, including details on her post-"Desperate Housewives" plans, but also personal information about her health and relationships.
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There is no indication Glassman distributed or leaked any of the information she may have gotten from the emails.
Glassman had previously sued Hatcher claiming she was promised a partnership in Hatcher's production company but was then abruptly fired.