The High Court battle heard claims that Christian (right with his wife Emily) 'bullied' his brother and disliked his wife Holly Valance (together left).
The siblings said Mr Holyoake was 'a fraudster and pathological liar'After the ruling today the brothers said in a statement: 'We have won the case.
The brothers said the case had 'caused unwarranted damage to our personal and business lives'.
Mr Holyoake, whose company was also part of the action, said in a statement: 'We, the claimants, are in a state of disbelief that Mr Justice Nugee has not ruled in our favour and intend to seek an appeal with immediate urgency.'Anyone reading today's judgment will see that there are currently no winners here.'I stand by our allegations and maintain that my own actions were deployed in self protection and wholly justified in the circumstances.'The Candy brothers were awarded an interim payment of £5.7million towards their legal costs.
Mr Justice Nugee said that the final decision of costs would be considered at another hearing in January.
'The Judge saw through his lies and dismissed every one of Mr Holyoake's claims. We look forward to time more positively spent with our families and in our respective businesses'.The judge said: 'I have no reason to doubt the defendants have indeed incurred £11.4m in costs.'The claimant will not be ordered to pay 100 per cent. It seems to me a figure of £5.7milliom runs little risk of being unfair to the claimant.' Mr Holyoake must pay up by 4pm on 11 January.Mr Holyoake made incendiary claims about the brothers' relationship and alleged they threatened to attack him and his family.A Muslim teenager accused of lying to police about being racially abused by three drunk Trump supporters on a Manhattan train appeared in court with a shaved head - a punishment ordered by her Egyptian parents for bringing shame to their family.Yasmin Seweid was arraigned at Manhattan's Criminal Court on Wednesday for falsely reporting an incident to police and obstructing governmental administration.Days after reporting the crime, Seweid went missing, sparking a missing person's appeal and another large police effort.