Amanda Bynes, Halle Berry, Armie Hammer AND Disney Are Being Sued By A Homeless Woman, But It's Not To Get A Roof Over Her Head! Find Out Why!
This is just plain HollyWEIRD.
Jo Anne Vandergriff has actually openly confessed that her goal with the suit is to get all her acting faves together to pitch her 2,000-page original Civil War romance mini-series, Heaven's Angels.
"It's an extraordinary work in its length, complexity, and scope, though not yet a masterpiece work."
The hopeful actually thinks she's doing Disney a favor because they only have white bread content — she wants to convince them they they need to appeal to more Black and Hispanic women.
Gurl, if we recall correctly, Disney has showcased a slew of Black and Hispanic characters in their century of screen time!
Still, Jo Anne doesn't apologize for taking up their time because it's for their benefit! In fact, she believes "a mini-series of this nature only comes along once every twenty to thirty years."
Jo Anne also pinky promises that even though she's sucking up their ultra valuable time, her script will stimulate the economy and promote "peace and harmony, health and happiness."
Her tactics are definitely peculiar, but is her plan SO crazy, it just might work?!
We've seen Halle get angry before and it is not a ball of sunshine.
Let's just hope Jo Anne doesn't cause a storm …
…or worse—get countersued!