woody-allen-american-apparel-billboard1Yesterday, a judge rules that Woody Allen’s opinion that American Apparel’s ads are “sleazy” needs no further explanation. Earlier, the Los Angeles-based clothing company had requested the film director identify which specific ads he found “sexually gross, in a witless and infantile way.” The request was likely part of their strategy to prove that Allen is as sleazy as they are, and not worth the $10 million he’s suing for over their unauthorized use of his image on billboards. |NYP|