Tara Reid Drops Her $100 Million Lawsuit Against “Sharknado” Producers

April 23, 2019 / Posted by:

Tara Reid was suing the producers of her most successful project since the 90s, Sharknado, because she was mad about how they were using her likeness. She was asking them for over $100 million of damages for wrongly profiting of her image. I mean… someone should. But now that’s over, as Tara has dropped the lawsuit completely.

The Blast reports that Tara Reid is over it. She was originally suing the producers behind Sharknado, Asylum Entertainment and SYFY Media Productions for $100 million dollars for using her likeness for different products like Sharknado slot machines. She claimed the $100 million made sense because they were “malicious and oppressive and justify an award of punitive and exemplary damages in an amount sufficiently large to set a public example of deterrence.” I guess Tara wanted to cut off someone’s head and stick it on a pike so the world would know: No one fucks with Tara Reid. …Except Delta Airlines.

Tara filed court documents saying she’s dropping all claims and will dismiss her entire lawsuit herself, not before the judge has to look at her in a courtroom and say: “Honey, no one believes your likeness is worth $100 million… sweetie… no one.”

The documents state the “action is dismissed by the Plaintiff in its entirety.”

I guess that Tara got the paycheck for her new psychological thriller Chronicle Of A Serial Killer and decided she wouldn’t need the $100 million. Or maybe she’s already using her new gig to network and will appear on a new rap single with costar DMX: “White Girl Wildin (featuring Tara Reid)”. I’m sure it will be a hit, she’ll live off the streams from that alone.

Pic: Wenn.com

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