‘Luck’ Lawsuit: HBO And AHA Sued Over Alleged Horse Deaths Cover-Up On Dustin Hoffman Drama

HBO’s short-lived horse racing drama “Luck” garnered plenty of controversy in its first and only season, and apparently that controversy is set to continue even after cancellation. The show, which starred Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, drew the ire of viewers and animal rights activists after three horses had to be euthanized during 10 months of production. Now, a new lawsuit is alleging that the American Humane Association, HBO and producer Stewart Productions attempted to “conceal and cover-up” animal safety violations while filming.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Barbara Casey (who spent 13 years as the Director of Production for the AHA’s film and TV unit) has filed a suit against the AHA, HBO and Stewart, claiming she was wrongfully terminated after she threatened to report the animal mistreatment to the authorities. She is also reportedly alleging that HBO and Stewart Productions pressured the AHA into letting them violate the organization’s safety guidelines. Read More…
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‘Luck’ Lawsuit: HBO And AHA Sued Over Alleged Horse Deaths Cover-Up On Dustin Hoffman Drama

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