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Topic - Sarah Jones
"Midnight Rider" director Randall Miller and two producers were charged Thursday in the death of camera assistant Sarah Jones, who was struck and killed by a train during the production of the Gregg Allman biopic.
An attorney for Gregg Allman said Friday that it is "unfortunate, unwarranted and without merit" that the singer is being sued over the death of a young woman killed when a freight train smashed into a Georgia film crew making a movie about Allman's life.
The father of a young woman killed by a train on the set of a movie about Gregg Allman said Thursday the family is suing the singer and filmmakers as part of a "wakeup call" to make Hollywood safer.
Singer Gregg Allman was sued Wednesday along with movie producers, a railroad company and others accused of being responsible for the February death of a young camera assistant when a freight train slammed into a film crew in southeast Georgia.
An appeals court heard arguments Thursday over whether a gossip website should have been immune from a defamation lawsuit brought by a former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader, a case that Internet giants such as Google and Facebook are watching closely.
A gossip website operator defended himself Wednesday against a defamation lawsuit by arguing that a former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader featured in posts on the site is a public figure.
A woman who worked as a Kentucky high school teacher and moonlights as a Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader will get to press her lawsuit against a website and its owner over lewd online comments about her that made her life at school so uncomfortable she quit her teaching job.
"There's a minority of people in the industry that are too much about the dollar, and unfortunately it takes slapping them upside the head with the dollar in order to get their attention," Jones said. "That's part of what this is about."
Jones, 29, said the posts were untrue and caused mental anguish and embarrassment.