August 25, 2023

Andy Ngo Wins in Court, Portland Antifa Forced to Pay $300K in Damages

Andy Ngo won a court case against Portland's Antifa with the group being forced to pay $300,000 over a brutal assault against the conservative reporter in 2019.

Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Chanpone Sinlapasai gave the ruling Monday following nearly four years in the legal battle.

"It feels like some vindication for a really horrific, re-traumatizing process through the litigation process," Ngo told Fox News Digital Thursday.

"Most people cannot understand how isolating, invasive, and disturbing it can be to actually face down people you allege have hurt you, and then to subject yourself to essentially inquisition by their defense, and their gaslighting might make you even question your own sense of your injuries, your own reality," he said.

"At a hearing today regarding three defaulted Antifa defendants in my Ngo v. Rose City Antifa, et al. lawsuit, the court heard evidence about the brutal June 29, 2019 beating I suffered at a Rose City Antifa event where I was seriously injured," Ngo tweeted.

"The court found that I was indeed battered and assaulted by Madison "Denny" Lee Allen, Katherine "Corbyn" Belyea, and Sammich Overkill Schott-Deputy (formerly Joseph Christian Evans). The court awarded me $300,000—to be split equally among these three attackers," he added.

Ngo's next concern is whether he will be able to collect the payments required of the three attackers, according to his post.

The win is a major victory against Antifa, a group that became increasingly violent toward conservatives starting in 2019.

Ngo's attack represented one of many nationwide, especially in Portland where the group has been known for vandalism and conflicts with police officers.

The win may help slow other Antifa attacks in the future, with at least one big victory for a conservative physically attacked by the group.

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