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  • Nov 19, 1974
    The National Enquirer puts The King on the front page: "Elvis At 40--Paunchy, Depressed And Living In Fear"
    Aug 12, 1975
    A story in The National Enquirer quotes Tom T. Hall as saying that country music "stinks." Hall says he never made the statement and is considering a lawsuit
    Feb 28, 1989
    A story in The National Enquirer claims Loretta Lynn overdosed on Demerol. She later sues the magazine
    Mar 7, 1991
    An angry Randy Travis stops a performance at the Country Radio Seminar to deny a report in The National Enquirer that he's gay. A survey is passed among the radio execs asking if they believe him
    Mar 8, 1991
    Reacting to a story in The National Enquirer that says he is gay, Randy Travis issues a statement that he has been living with his manager, Lib Hatcher, for several years
    Apr 5, 1994
    Country Weekly magazine, created by the company that owns The National Enquirer, debuts on newsstands
    May 15, 1994
    Lyle Lovett has a car accident near Klein, Texas, when he backs his Chevy Suburban into a vehicle driven by a reporter for The National Enquirer
    Sep 5, 1995
    The National Enquirer reports that Tammy Wynette is in need of a liver transplant. The story, which also claims she underwent an angioplasty in August, leads Wynette to file a suit against the magazine for invasion of privacy
    Mar 12, 1996
    The National Enquirer reports that two of Conway Twitty's children, Kathi and Joni, have contacted the FBI about $80 million in overseas accounts that are missing from their father's estate. His executors claim they know nothing of the accounts
    Aug 9, 1996
    Tammy Wynette files suit against The Star and The National Enquirer, charging invasion of privacy after the publications obtained her medical records. The Enquirer reported she was near death and in need of a liver transplant

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