*Earlier we reported that Bobby Brown had filed a lawsuit against TV One to stop them from airing it’s Bobbi Kristina Brown biopic.
Now, for what it’s worth, the network has responded, basically saying they are on solid legal ground.
“We are aware of the reported legal challenge by Bobby Brown regarding the film Bobbi Kristina and are taking appropriate steps on behalf of our network to respond,” the network told theJasmineBrand. “While we are not able to address our legal response at this time, we stand by the film and its representation of this period in Bobbi Kristina’s life.”
In his lawsuit, the solo artist and New Edition member is asking for $1 Million + in damages because he claims the movie contains scenes that show him being violent towards his late wife, singer Whitney Houston.
Here’s what we reported earlier …
*Bobby Brown is not at all thrilled about TV One’s upcoming biopic about his late daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown.
According to the entertainer, the film is filled with lies as well as claims of abuse. Because of that, he’s filed a lawsuit seeking over $1,000,000 in damages.
According to the lawsuit obtained by The Blast, Brown says the made for TV production contains scenes that show him being violent towards his ex-wife, Whitney Houston. He also claims there are “untrue” scenes that depict him as not loving Bobbi Kristina.
In the suit, Brown claims the production (company) used information they obtained while working with him on his 2004 reality show, ”Being Bobby Brown,” and used it in the new film without his permission.
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In other legal news, the L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services has filed papers so a judge can assist in determining the well-being of Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian’s daughter, Dream.
Sources familiar with the case tell TMZ, DCFS opened an investigation involving Chyna’s alleged drug use, and this was before Rob and Chyna split up.
As we reported, Blac Chyna has obtained a restraining order against Rob after claiming he beat her.
As of now, the status of the case is unknown, but official court documents list the matter as a related case to the restraining order action.