Marilyn Manson Thriller Producer Sues FilmRise rau Syphoning Profits

The lawsuit, filed in the New York State Supreme Court, claims that the , which also runs a streaming platform, siphoned profits and thwarted attempts by Asraf to audit financials related to the film’s worldwide distribution. The suit also alleges that FilmRise pulled the film from all markets once Asraf attempted to audit revenues that FilmRise collected from its exploitation of the Manson thriller.

Cia Kuv Ua Koj Ib Tug Neeg Txhaum Cai, uas tseem muaj hnub qub Mark Boone Jr. thiab Michael Potts, qhia zaj dab neeg ntawm ob tug kwv tij uas tau hlub thiab tsim txoj kev npaj tua lawv txiv ua phem.

Tus neeg foob hais tias FilmRise pheej tsis kam tsim cov lus qhia txog nyiaj txiag thiab, raws li daim ntawv thov kev tshuaj xyuas, sim txwv qhov kev tshuaj ntsuam xyuas, thaum kawg tiv thaiv kev tshuaj xyuas tag nrho.

Raws li qhov kev foob, "FilmRise [ua tsis tiav] rau tus neeg foob rau nws qhov kev siv yeeb yaj kiab," thiab "tsis them nyiaj Asraf" hauv kev sim siab rau kab nws lub hnab ris.

Asraf yog sawv cev los ntawm Maurice D. Pessah thiab Jason H. Sunshine ntawm Pessah Law Group, PC (PLG). Cov ntaub ntawv yog Corey Asraf v. Filmrise IX Harlan, LLC.

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