Susan and Bill Hardy shown in their Lexington residence on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 with the TV that has been involved in a lawsuit.  Nearly 10 years ago, Dr. Dermot and Hilary Halpin, (NOT pictured) bought a $40,000 entertainment center from Bill Hardy. The Halpins sued Bill Hardy, claiming the TV picture was not good, among other things. Susan Hardy took measures to protect her assets because of the suit. The Halpins went after her and her lawyer. Now, Susan Hardy has sued the Halpins' and their lawyer, claiming harassment and other things.  Meanwhile, the Hardys still have the TV (shown).   Photo by David Perry  |  Staff
Susan and Bill Hardy shown in their Lexington residence on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 with the TV that has been involved in a lawsuit. Nearly 10 years ago, Dr. Dermot and Hilary Halpin, (NOT pictured) bought a $40,000 entertainment center from Bill Hardy. The Halpins sued Bill Hardy, claiming the TV picture was not good, among other things. Susan Hardy took measures to protect her assets because of the suit. The Halpins went after her and her lawyer. Now, Susan Hardy has sued the Halpins' and their lawyer, claiming harassment and other things. Meanwhile, the Hardys still have the TV (shown). Photo by David Perry | Staff
Susan and Bill Hardy shown in their Lexington residence on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 with the TV that has been involved in a lawsuit. Nearly 10 years ago, Dr. Dermot and Hilary Halpin, (NOT pictured) bought a $40,000 entertainment center from Bill Hardy. The Halpins sued Bill Hardy, claiming the TV picture was not good, among other things. Susan Hardy took measures to protect her assets because of the suit. The Halpins went after her and her lawyer. Now, Susan Hardy has sued the Halpins' and their lawyer, claiming harassment and other things. Meanwhile, the Hardys still have the TV (shown). Photo by David Perry | Staff

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