MARY Trump’s "tell-all" book has been BLOCKED after a judge granted Robert Trump an order halting the publication.
The temporary restraining order comes the week after a Queens judge tossed out a case on the book's publication, The Daily Beast reported.
Mary Trump, the president's estranged niece, was slated to release her book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, next month.
The Trump family had argued that the publication of the book would violate a non-disclosure agreement.
Justice Peter Kelly last week tossed out a case from Robert Trump – the president's brother – attempting to block the book from being published.
Kelly said the attempt fell "outside the parameters" of the court, the New York Daily News reported.
Robert Trump's attorney, Chris Harder, then vowed to re-file the suit in the Supreme Court of New York.
Mary Trump's lawyer, Theodore Boutrous, called the lawsuit a "baseless request to suppress a book of utmost public importance, Bloomberg reported.
President Trump himself had previously said the book would violate an NDA.
He reportedly even "considered suing" his niece.
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