Ohio bus driver drops lawsuit against Matthew Fox

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FILE - This Nov. 22, 2010 file photo shows actor Matthew Fox at a news conference for the launch of the new play 'In a Forest, Dark and Deep' at the Vaudeville theatre in London. A private bus driver in Ohio who claimed she was punched by Matthew Fox has withdrawn her lawsuit against the actor.   Heather Bormann sued the former star of TV's "Lost" in November, seeking $75,000 in damages. Fox countersued, claiming the Cleveland woman assaulted and slandered him. Court records show both suits were dropped Thursday, May 31, 2012. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, file)
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FILE - This Nov. 22, 2010 file photo shows actor Matthew Fox at a news conference for the launch of the new play 'In a Forest, Dark and Deep' at the Vaudeville theatre in London. A private bus driver in Ohio who claimed she was punched by Matthew Fox has withdrawn her lawsuit against the actor. Heather Bormann sued the former star of TV's "Lost" in November, seeking $75,000 in damages. Fox countersued, claiming the Cleveland woman assaulted and slandered him. Court records show both suits were dropped Thursday, May 31, 2012. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, file)

CLEVELAND (AP) — A private bus driver in Ohio who claimed she was punched by Matthew Fox has withdrawn her lawsuit against the actor.

Heather Bormann sued the former star of TV's "Lost" in November, seeking $75,000 in damages. Fox countersued, claiming the Cleveland woman assaulted and slandered him. Court records show both suits were dropped Thursday.

Bormann had alleged Fox struck her in the breast, groin, arm and legs after she stopped him from boarding a chartered party bus on Aug. 28, 2011, in Cleveland. She says she hit him in self-defense. Fox was in town making a movie and wasn't charged.

Bormann's former attorney says the woman could not afford to continue the case.

Fox's attorneys referred calls to the actor's spokeswoman, who did not immediately respond to email messages.

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