Producers Allowed to Sue Actress for Refusing to Film Nude Sex Scene

Oct 21, 2014
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Anne Greene loses her motion to strike True Crime’s legal claims as an impingement of her right to petition a hostile work environment

The production company behind Cinemax’s Femme Fatales has been given the green light by a California judge to go forward with its countersuit against Anne Greene for allegedly breaching the “Nudity Rider” of her contract by refusing to film nude sex scenes.

Greene, whose credits include Saw 3D: The Final Chapter, sued first, alleging in a complaint against Time Warner, HBO, Cinemax and production company True Crime that she was bullied, sexually harassed and placed in a dangerous work environment.

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A trial was scheduled to happen this past summer, but then, True Crime filed counterclaims at the last second over its series that premiered on May 13, 2011.

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[…] The actress initially auditioned for lead roles in two second-season episodes, and according to the producer, she was sent the show’s “sizzle reel” — a preview video which True Crime asserted had provided her ample notice that Femme Fatales was an erotic, adult-targeted anthology whose principal castmembers appeared partially nude and engaged in acts of simulated sex. If it wasn’t clear enough, Greene also got “casting breakdowns” for roles said to …read more     […]

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