Mainstream Producers Sue Actress for Refusing to Film Sex Scene in the Nude

Apr 9, 2014
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Anne Greene refused to perform in the nude

Legal papers filed by True Crime also claim that HBO and Cinemax have a policy against women wearing pasties in sex scenes

Mainstream Producers Sue Actress for Refusing to Film Nude Sex Scene

From the department of “Only in Hollywood” comes the bizarre tale of an actress who is now facing legal claims for at least $85,000 in damages for refusing to perform lovemaking scenes in the nude.

Her name is Anne Greene. Two years ago, as “Anne G.,” she filed a complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court against Time Warner, HBO, Cinemax and a production company called True Crime LLC claiming that she was bullied into performing nude scenes, sexually harassed and placed in a dangerous work environment.

Anne Greene sued for refusing to film sex scene in the nude

Anne Greene (KEVIN WINTER/GETTY IMAGE)

Now, two months before a scheduled trial, True Crime has filed a cross-complaint alleging Greene breached the “Nudity Rider” she signed. It was filed late last month by Reed Smith partner Harrison Dossick, whose previous clients include Angelina Jolie, Sony Pictures and The Weinstein Co.

Greene, the filing claims, "breached the covenant of good faith and fair dealing implied therein by waiting until the moment her simulated sex scene was to be shot to first express concerns over performing topless."

A shot from Femme Fatales season two. Anne Greene, the filing claims, “breached the covenant of good faith and fair dealing implied therein by waiting until the moment her simulated sex scene was to be shot to first express concerns over performing topless.”

So how does a woman become allegedly contractually obligated to disrobe and simulate sex with a man?

According to True Crime, the story begins with its production of a show entitled Femme Fatales for Cinemax, which is owned by Time Warner’s HBO division. The pilot premiered on May 13, 2011, and according to the production company, was “well received by critics and Cinemax subscribers.” The following month, the series was picked up by HBO for a second season.

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Ernest Greene
Ernest Greene
6 years ago

Isn’t it interesting that a big mainstream company would go to court to compel a performer to engage in simulated sex acts based on a contract rider when no X-rated producer would even consider such a thing, knowing full well what the consequences would be.

Kind of dents the “all porn is rape and all porn performers are coerced” meme so popular with the rad-fem crowd.

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