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Monday, January 3, 2005

Debbie Reynolds sued in shopping center museum dispute

Debbie_reynolds Actress Debbie Reynolds (left) has been sued by a Hollywood shopping center and entertainment complex after she backed out of a deal to display her $30 million film memorabilia collection in the center.

The center’s owner, TrizecHahn Hollywood, says the actress and her son had agreed to lease space for a memorabilia museum.  Reynolds claims that structural limitations with the building made it impossible to build the museum as planned.  TrizecHahn is seeking $2 million in compensatory damages, plus punitives.  (Why public policy requires that she be punished for not adding another Hollywood memorabilia museum to the world's stock is not explained.)

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