A Superior Court Judge in L.A. has rejected a motion from YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley to dismiss Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's lawsuit over a video of their lavish engagement party at AT&T Park last year.

Hurley attempted to have the lawsuit thrown out on the grounds that it violated his right to free speech. That, and he also claimed he only posted the video to his new social video venture MixBit after seeing the flood of celebrity Instagrams and tweets from the event in October.

The couple's lawyers, on the other hand, claimed Hurley had signed a confidentiality agreeing not to post photos or videos from the event. According to TMZ, Hurley said he had no idea he had signed such an agreement, which the gossip site reports was only one page long and read "CONFIDENTIALITY" across the top. Although a busload of Silicon Valley A-listers were in attendance at AT&T Park that night, Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner claims Hurley was never invited to the celebration to begin with.

Previously: Kim And Kanye Suing YouTube Co-Founder Over Video Of Their Elaborate Engagement
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