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  1. Madison May 19, 2009 @ 11:33 am

    I watched the documentary on Sunday with my family. It was much more than heart wrenching. I can’t believe this guy is going to come up against her like that, then say it’s “for Farrah.” What a sad world this has become. The woman’s battling stage 4 cancer for God’s sake. She’s putting her struggle on TV so the world can see what cancner patients really have to go through. I think it’s important, some don’t agree with me, however. Some think what she’s doing is wrong and that things of this nature should be kept private. What do you think?

  2. Jessie May 19, 2009 @ 12:36 pm

    Poor Farrah! It’s so sad that this has happened to her. She has always been one of my favorite actresses. I can’t believe this man would say “It’s for Farrah.” If it was for her then he should have just left it alone. Why cause my heartache and stress to an already horrible situation?

Producer of “Farrah’s Story” suing

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According to the Associated Press, two days before the documentary “Farrah’s Story,” which shows Farrah Fawcett’s battle with cancer, one of the producers, Craig Nevius, decided to file a lawsuit against against others working on the film. He’s claiming altruistic motives in his suing for creative control, saying that the lawsuit “isn’t against Farrah Fawcett, it’s for Farrah.”

It sure has gotten a lot of press. If it really was meant for her, wouldn’t you think he would have waited until after it was played on Friday to address his grievances…or something other than filing a few days before it was even aired?

“This is not about money or about ego. It’s about Farrah,” Nevius said to Fox News, “And the trust she placed in me to make sure that her voice and message are heard.”

The documentary aired last night on NBC and was certainly heart-wrenching. Fawcett was diagnosed with anal cancer in 2006, had gone into remission and found out earlier this year that it spread to her liver.

It’s definitely a downer, which is why it just seems unnecessary for this man, Nevius, to make a difficult situation all the more difficult.

andrea @ May 17, 2009

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