In 1979, Flynt went on trial for obscenity charges over eight issues of Hustler and three issues of Chic magazine. In 1984, a Texas woman, Jeannie Braun, successfully sued Chic for publishing a photo of "Ralph the Diving Pig" and her in the magazine. She had contended that the editor had misrepresented Chic as a fashion magazine.
- Associated Press (1979-03-22). "Flynt defense dealth severe blow". Rome News Tribune. pp. 8A.
- Associated Press (1984-10-10). "Larry Flynt Publication Must Pay Texas Woman". The Victoria Advocate. pp. 10A.
- Moore, Roy L.; Ronald T. Farrar; Eric Collins (1998). Advertising and Public Relations Law. pp. 237–238.
- Alderman, Ellen & Caroline Kennedy (1997). The Right to Privacy. New York: Vintage Books. ISBN 0-679-41986-1.
- "Braun v. Flynt". Retrieved 18 July 2011.
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