The new evidence/allegations are seriously damaging. Ceglia could end up in jail for this.
We've pulled out the key pieces from the new court filing via Forbes' embed of the filing.
In short, Facebook's attorneys say the contracts are "amateurish" forgeries produced by a serial scam artist.
They've also analyzed Mark Zuckerberg's emails from the period and found no trace of the emails Ceglia used to make his case -- emails that Facebook has always contended are fake.
They are asking the court to speed up the discovery phase of the trial, allowing them to seize Ceglia's computers and prove indisputably that, once again, he has committed criminal fraud.