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PONTIAC, MICH. (AP) - A luxurious suburban Detroit hotel says it was stiffed by a film company that left town without paying nearly $37,000 in food, lodging and services.
A lawsuit filed in Oakland County Circuit Court by the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham claims it provided Little Murder Productions and Arizona-based Mind in Motion Entertainment with an open account last year when the independent film production crew was filming “Little Murder,” a thriller set in New Orleans, post-Hurricane Katrina.
The Detroit News says company officials could not immediately be reached for comment, and a telephone listing in Detroit was disconnected.
The Associated Press left a message Wednesday for Elwes‘ publicist.
Information from: The Detroit News, http://detnews.com/
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