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Actress from "Innocence of Muslims" filed a lawsuit against its producer2012-09-20 15:07
Actress Cindy Lee Garcia, who had played a small role in the movie "Innocence of Muslims", has filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court in Los Angeles against the producer of the provocative film Nakoula Basseley Nakoula and the portal YouTube, demanding compensation for moral damages, as well as to ban the film on the Internet, the RBC reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the statement of claim, in particular, it is stressed that "movie in its current form is a deadly threat to her and her loved ones". In addition, the actress said she has become a victim of fraud and has experienced enormous stress.
Lawyer Chris Armenta said that the victim intended demand removal of the film from the Internet. According to him, the film producer Nakoula Basseley Nakoula assured actors that they all took part in the adventure film called "Desert Warrior". "It was about the history, the ancient Egyptians; there was no words about the religion", he said.
Recall, the film "The innocence of Muslims" in which the Muslim prophet Muhammad presented in a very unfavorable light caused a strong reaction in Egypt and Libya. On Tuesday, after the fragments of the film appeared on the Internet, a demonstration was held outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.
Participants of the rally surrounded the American consulate, chanting anti-American slogans, and burned down the U.S. flag. Later, the U.S. diplomatic missions were also attacked in Libya and Tunisia. In Benghazi, the consulate was fired; as a result of firing the U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other diplomats were killed.