Xanadu star Marty Thomas filed papers in NYC to reveal the person behind the salacious Twitter feed, bwayanonymous.
"Which Avenue Q cast member gave Marty Thomas crabs?" Tweeted bwayanonymous.
Of course, Thomas called the accusations "false" and "malicious" while denying the claim.
"I do not suffer from, nor have I ever suffered from a sexually transmitted disease," he wrote in the court papers. "Clearly, there is no doubt that other people in the Broadway community saw and were affected by the statement."
The anonymous Twitter feed has since been disabled, but not before a few parting words.
"Before 'damages' even become relevant, you have to prove something was libelous or slanderous in nature. So if someone posts something that is actually true, or posts it in a way that doesn't assert it as a fact, then it isn't libel, or slander. It just means that you have to stop acting like a moron if people finding out about it damage your career."
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