Gershon's lawyers, demanding an apology, had said that 'rumour mongering was substituted for fact-checking. It is apparent that Vanity Fair was intent upon publishing unsubstantiated rumours, and that it avoided learning the true facts so that the truth would not get in the way. Such conduct is reckless and malicious, giving rise to substantial liability for defamation."
However, a spokeswoman for Vanity Fair says that the author of the piece, Todd Purdum is sticking to his story, and by extension, the same goes for them. "Todd Purdum's article does not indicate that former President Bill Clinton had an improper relationship with Gina Gershon," the New York Daily News quoted her, as saying.
"The story merely examines the concerns of some of Clinton's aides about reports of his behavior. We don't believe that any correction is warranted."