Unless it is proven in court, it is libel. Until then, no matter how believable, I will not give it any credence.
2. Unless it is proven in court, it is libel.
Read my tagline: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." This narrative is not extraordinary. Of course it is embellished - but nothing in the narrative is per se unbelievable.
It doesn't become alleged libel until Allen take her to court over it.
It doesn't become libel until the court decides in Allen's favor.