Amber Harrison walks away from Seven West Media legal stoush

Lindsay Bennett
By Lindsay Bennett | 8 July 2017
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Former Seven West Media executive assistant Amber Harrison has walked away from her legal battle with the media giant.

Harrison, who has been at the center of a public row with Seven after she revealed details of her affair with CEO Tim Worner, will agree to a permanent gag order preventing her from speaking about Worner and the company.

The parties were due to battle it out at a three-day hearing in the Supreme Court from Monday.

Seven was seeking a permanent order restraining her speaking publicly about the company.

See: The Tim Worner Amber Harrison sex scandal timeline

Harrison told Fairfax Media late on Friday she would consent to the orders and would not appear in court after she took to Twitter to admit defeat.

She said: "I have made a realistic assessment of the court case and am choosing not to run it on Monday. I've asked my legal team not to represent me."

https://twitter.com/_amber_harrison/status/883194161041555456

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