Evan Rachel Wood Calls $30 Million Lawsuit Against Her “Preposterous”

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Evan Rachel Wood was just slapped with a $30 million lawsuit for dropping out of the movie, 10 Things I Hate About Life and she calls the allegation, “preposterous.” The producers of the movie claim that Wood back out of their movie in February 2013  after she told them she was “unable and unwilling to continue” filming and “would be unable to recommence” until November 2013. But Wood’s rep slammed the notion telling Deadline, “The lawsuit is preposterous and simply a bullying tactic from financially troubled producers. The production shut down in February 2013 when the producers ran out of money. Even after that, Evan agreed to resume production in Nov. 2013 by which time the producers said they would have cleared up their issues.”

The rep continued, “However, the producers still could not get their act together, nor did they pay Evan money that was owed. Repeated subsequent promises by the producers to resume production and pay Evan also turned out to be false. Enough is enough. The producers, not Evan, have breached contract.”

Via Us Magazine & Deadline

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