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Producer Admits to Owing AFTRA Members Money

An attorney for producer Stanley M. Brooks acknowledged at an arbitration hearing Tuesday that his client had failed to pay some residuals from the 2008 Logo series "Sordid Lives," according to the Hollywood Reporter. Brooks has been accused of owing more than $1 million to members of AFTRA, the WGA, and the DGA who worked on the show. Last month, AFTRA issued a do-not-work order against Brooks and his production companies. Negotiation talks between Brooks and the unions are scheduled for Monday.

Read the story at the Hollywood Reporter.

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