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The Region

January 02, 1987

A woman who claims she was humiliated when she was identified in a recent book as the former girlfriend of convicted Hillside Strangler Angelo Buono filed a $1-million suit against the author and publisher for invasion of privacy. In her Los Angeles Superior Court suit, Twyla Hill said Darcy O'Brien's "Two of a Kind," published this year by New American Library, "explicitly described details of intimate sexual and personal facts" concerning her relationship with Buono in 1975, of which many of her friends and business associates had been previously unaware. Hill said she was "scorned and abandoned" by her friends and family after publication of the book and exposed to "contempt and ridicule."

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