On the set of “Classified,” Abigail Breslin said that her co-star Aaron Eckhart displayed aggressive, insulting, and unprofessional behavior to the point where she was afraid to be alone with him.
The explosive claims were made public in a new lawsuit in which the film’s producers accuse the Little Miss Sunshine star of breaching contracts by refusing to sign the necessary paperwork to release the picture.
After looking into her outrageous assertions, the producers claim to have found no evidence of them.
In the petition, Dream Team Studio and WM Holdings explain the financial difficulties the picture is experiencing due to the scenario surrounding its two significant actors.
Breslin is quoted in the lawsuit as saying that Eckhart’s aggressive, insulting, and disrespectful behavior throughout production nearly halted the whole thing on multiple occasions.
Breslin demanded that she not be left alone on set with Aaron Eckhart; therefore, the production had to construct costly accommodations to keep Breslin compliant with her contract. Breslin wrote a letter to SAG-AFTRA detailing her worries and criticizing Mr. Eckhart’s behavior.
The lawsuit states that the production took the allegations seriously and complied with the terms of the SAG-AFTRA Adherence Letter, which mandates that producers take reasonable precautions to keep their sets secure.
The on-set producer looked into Breslin’s statements and actions extensively and gave a full report to the studio.
The investigation concluded that Breslin’s outlandish, emotional, and fabricated claims against Eckhart were unfounded.
It has been reported that filming for the action thriller ‘Classified,’ starring Aaron Eckhart, Abigail Breslin, and Tim Roth, wrapped up in May in Malta. However, the production maintains that they spent over $80,000 on auxiliary services during principal photography to accommodate Breslin, whose accusations were without merit.
Because Breslin and Eckhart only appear in a handful of sequences, the firm has complained about delivery problems to distribution partners.
Now that they’ve tried to iron out their differences, the two camps are at odds again because Brelin’s group is demanding $35,000 before they’ll sign the necessary paperwork.
The business claims this demand is an extortion attempt.
Breslin is being sued for at least $80,000 in damages.