Allies Join Actress' Bid to Revive Suit Over Age Disclosure

, The National Law Journal


An actress who sued for publishing her real age has appealed a verdict against her, and the entertainment industry's most powerful unions back her claims.

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  • Jim

    In case the plaintiffs hadn't noticed, it is not exactly hard to find someone's age online. If you don't find it on, just try one of the numerous links or google background check. It's not as if IMDb has a monopoly on this sort of information. Welcome to the 21st century.

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