Judith Regan Tapes Touted in $20 M. Murdoch Suit

Sources are telling Daily News gossips Rush & Molloy that Judith Regan will produce tapes of phone calls and meetings to bolster her $20 million wrongful termination and defamation suit against Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.

The sources, who are not named, call the tapes "juicy," but the contents of the tapes aren't disclosed. 

The company fired her in the wake of public outrage at her plan to publish a memoir by O.J. Simpson titled If I Did It, about the murder of his wife.

Attorneys Bert Fields in Hollywood and Larry Shire in New York are representing Ms. Regan.