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Actress Sued By TV Producers For Refusing Topless Sex Scene

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Apr. 10 2014, Published 5:00 p.m. ET

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An actress is being sued by a production company for allegedly refusing to film a topless simulated sex scene on Cinemax, after she sued them for asking her to take off her shirt and perform said simulated acts. The countersuit by True Crime LLC comes two years after actress Anne Greene filed a complaint in the Los Angeles Superior Court against Time Warner, HBO, Cinemax and True Crime. Greene said in the suit she was “bullied into performing nude scenes, sexually harassed and placed in a dangerous work environment” during the filming of an episode of “Femme Fatales” for Cinemax, which is owned by Time Warner’s HBO division.

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