NEW YORK — The internecine struggle between Rosie O’Donnell and the publisher of her namesake magazine has erupted into full-scale warfare.

Gruner and Jahr, publisher of Rosie, filed a complaint with the Supreme Court of the state of New York Wednesday seeking at least $100 million in damages on three separates counts from O’Donnell and her company Lucky Charms Entertainment. G+J alleges that O’Donnell breached her contract when she walked away from the magazine two weeks ago.

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