The indicted former White House chief of staff is facing fresh legal scrutiny after his book publisher filed a lawsuit over false statements made in his biography.
It is alleged that Meadows made misrepresentations to All Seasons Press and broke a promise that all statements contained in his book were true and accurate.
The lawsuit follows reports that Meadows was granted immunity to testify before a grand jury in Washington. His evidence is reportedly at odds with the statements made in the biography.
The publisher suffered “significant monetary and reputational damage when the media widely reported Meadows warned President Trump against claiming that election fraud corrupted the electoral votes,” the publisher says in the suit.
Meadows could be on the hook for millions of dollars if found liable.
The former chief is facing mounting legal pressure as four of his accused coconspirators in the Georgia election interference case have pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate with the district attorney in recent weeks.