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Woman sues Match calls the $10M suit 'absurd'

Woman sues Mary Kay Beckman, the woman suing for $10 million dollars, has no case, says In her lawsuit, she alleges that her date tried to kill her.

Melanie Stetson Freeman / The Christian Science Monitor / File
Jane and Howard start their first date at The Drip. About 25 dates a night happen at the coffee bar. A woman is suing for failing to warn her of the dangers of Internet dating, after a man she met on brutally stabbed her.

A Las Vegas woman is suing for $10 million after she was matched with a man who hid in her garage and brutally attacked her. says she has no legal basis for her lawsuit.

Mary Kay Beckman filed suit in U.S. District Court on Friday, accusing of failing to disclose the dangers of online dating.

She said she'd known Wade Ridley only eight days when she broke up with him in September 2010. Four months later, he stabbed her 10 times. He later was charged with murdering a woman in Phoenix. He died in prison last year. said in a statement Monday that Beckman's experience was horrible but the lawsuit is "absurd." It said Beckman was a victim of a "sick, twisted" man with no known criminal record., the world's leading online dating and relationship company for over 15 years, markets itself as having gained "insight" into relationships from its millions of successful matches.

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