Dale Earnhardt Jr. (center) speaks at his father’s NASCAR Hall of Fame induction in 2010. Earnhardt Jr. told The Observer Thursday he is siding with his half-brother Kerry Earnhardt (right) over his stepmother Teresa Earnhardt (left) in a legal dispute concerning whether Kerry Earnhardt can use his last name on a line of houses he and his wife have designed. Teresa Earnhardt is trying to stop him from doing so in court.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. (center) speaks at his father’s NASCAR Hall of Fame induction in 2010. Earnhardt Jr. told The Observer Thursday he is siding with his half-brother Kerry Earnhardt (right) over his stepmother Teresa Earnhardt (left) in a legal dispute concerning whether Kerry Earnhardt can use his last name on a line of houses he and his wife have designed. Teresa Earnhardt is trying to stop him from doing so in court. ROBERT LAHSER ROBERT LAHSER - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Dale Earnhardt Jr. (center) speaks at his father’s NASCAR Hall of Fame induction in 2010. Earnhardt Jr. told The Observer Thursday he is siding with his half-brother Kerry Earnhardt (right) over his stepmother Teresa Earnhardt (left) in a legal dispute concerning whether Kerry Earnhardt can use his last name on a line of houses he and his wife have designed. Teresa Earnhardt is trying to stop him from doing so in court. ROBERT LAHSER ROBERT LAHSER - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
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