“Sharknado” superstar Tara Reid has filed swimsuit towards the Asylum, alleging that her likeness used to be used with out her consent on beer cans and slot machines.
Reid starred in all six installments of the “Sharknado” franchise. In line with the swimsuit, her contract integrated a provision barring the manufacturers from the use of her likeness on merchandise associated with playing, alcohol, tobacco, or intercourse, with out her written permission.
The swimsuit alleges that the Asylum violated the settlement via signing a handle U.Okay. beer producer Northern Monk Brewing Co. to provide “Sharknado” beer. The swimsuit additionally states that Asylum entered into a freelance to position Reid’s likeness on slot machines and video playing gadgets. The swimsuit alleges that Reid “didn’t and would now not endorse such merchandise.”
In line with contracts hooked up to the swimsuit, Reid used to be paid $125,000 to look in “Sharknado five” and $175,000 to look within the 6th installment, “The Final Sharknado: It’s About Time.”
Reid is looking for punitive damages of $100 million, which the swimsuit describes as “an quantity sufficiently huge to set a public instance of deterrence.”
The swimsuit additionally names Syfy, the channel on which the “Sharknado” movies have been broadcast, as a defendant, in addition to Aristocrat Applied sciences, the slot device producer.
The Asylum didn’t straight away reply to a request for remark.