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Sarah Jessica Parker & Kim Cattrall’s $165 Million Feud Hell

Jun. 4 2018, Updated 7:38 p.m. ET

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Carrie and Samantha had better cut it out, ASAP!

Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall’s feud has incurred the wrath of Sex and the City money men, who are on the verge of canceling their royalty checks RadarOnline.com exclusively learned!

An insider spilled the details about the vicious fight that ensued after Cattrall’s brother died.

"Sarah Jessica and Kim have been sharply asked to keep all their feuding off social media, for the simple reason that ‘Sex and the City’ still airs constantly and the studio is paying out millions of dollars of royalties to the stars and writers every year.”

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After Parker expressed her condolences over his death, Cattrall ripped her and her “mean girl” history.

This kind of fighting hurts everybody and even though Kim is going through a tough time, they have been asked to keep this out of the public eye – or else!” the insider told Radar.

“The war between Kim and SJP comes down to money, but as far as the studio is concerned, everybody has made a fortune already, Kim included.”

While many of Parker’s friends have sided with her, the studio was in a different place.

“Nobody wants to take sides because there really is a chance of making one more 'SATC' movie in the next couple of years -- provided Kim and SJP can cool down and think about this in big business terms.”

Continues the insider, “The royalties from the series and the movies continue to make Sarah and Kim fabulously wealthy, and they and the rest of the cast Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis and the writers stand to reap an estimated $165 million in the next year alone. It will be split among them but Sarah will get a larger cut because she’s also a producer.

“Sarah and Kim could live on their residual checks alone, provided they don’t blow it with the studio.”

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