I agree with Rockpuck. Until we see the contract there is no way to know if this will hold up in court. I really doubt it will, I don't think you
have a ton of protection from being dubbed over or having scenes you act in rearranged.
At the very least she will now be able to show the litigation for future projects. I think that's probably the only reason she started to the
proceedings (unless of course she's found a loophole in the contract) was to save her reputation.
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