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Lena Headey sued by former agency over alleged unpaid commission fees

The Game of Thrones actress has been hit by a lawsuit from her former U.K. agency Troika, which rebranded as YMU in 2020. In the court documents, obtained by Variety, YMU representatives claim Headey owes the agency at least $500,000 (£414,000) for her earnings on the upcoming Thor movie, from which her role has been cut. They also claim she owes them at least $300,000 (£248,000) for the 2022 film 9 Bullets and $650,000 (£540,000) for the series Rita. Headey was due to play the title character but the show didn't get picked up for series after its pilot episode.



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