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Unformatted text preview: in a civilized community.-Jury might reasonably conclude that the manner in which Tays remains were handled, for entertainment purposes and against the express wishes of her family, went beyond the bounds of decent behavior 6) Disposition: Reversed (motion denied, and complaint reinstated by Supreme Court Appellate Division) Dissenting Opinion 1) Holding: Conduct of defendants not so extreme and outrageous in nature as to be utterly intolerable in a civilized community 2) Reasoning:-Cant be decided in vacuum with total disregard for Debbie Tays extreme behavior-Hayden brought the decedents remains on the air as a memorial to her because the only happiness Debbie had was the Howard Stern show-No indication that defendants acted out of a desire to cause the plaintiff distress...
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