Attorneys for the daughter of Alabama football coach Nick Saban are seeking records from dozens of doctors, hospitals, schools and others about the one-time sorority sister who filed suit accusing the coach's daughter of hurting her in a fight.
Court records show lawyers for Kristen Saban have issued more than 40 subpoenas as they try to obtain information about Sarah Grimes.
Grimes sued the coach's daughter in June alleging injuries from a fight that occurred in August 2010.
The coach's daughter contends Grimes was the aggressor in the fight and argues she acted only in self-defense. She's asking a judge to throw out the case.
Records show Grimes is supposed to give videotaped, sworn testimony about the case on Dec. 17.
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