Former Madison County class action attorney voluntarily dismisses case alleging assault and battery

Heather Isringhausen Gvillo Sep. 1, 2015, 12:33pm


A former Madison County class action attorney voluntarily dismissed his lawsuit against a woman he accused of threatening him after he was misled in their alleged relationship.

Attorney Jeffrey A. J. Millar of the Millar Law Firm in Troy, Mo., filed a notice of voluntary dismissal with prejudice on Aug. 24. Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder ordered the case to be dismissed with prejudice that same day.

Millar filed his two-count complaint on June 30 in Madison County Circuit Court against the woman alleging assault and battery.

In his complaint, Millar claimed the defendant had been threatening him, his ex-wife and his 11-year-old son. He represented himself in the matter.

“This has tormented me into believing a batter is imminent,” he stated in his complaint. “I have even begun sleeping with a 5 iron golf club next to my bed.”

Crowder gave the defendant until Aug. 30 to respond. The case was dismissed before the defendant answered the complaint.

Madison County Circuit Court Case number 15-L-817

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