Judge denies actress’s request to stop anti-Muslim clip on YouTube

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“She did not sign on to be a bigot,” Armenta said.

Garcia said she was duped by the man behind the clip and that the script she saw referenced neither Muslims nor Prophet Muhammad. She said she was shocked when she finally saw the end result and that her voice had been dubbed.

“I think we need to take it (the film) off because it will continue to cause more problems,” she said. “I think it’s demoralizing, degrading.”

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AP Entertainment Writer Anthony McCartney contributed to this story.

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