Olivia de Havilland poses during an Associated Press interview, in Paris, June 18, 2016.
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Hollywood great Olivia de Havilland has launched her own sequel to the TV series "Feud".double Oscar-winning actress filed suit late last week against FX Networks and producer Ryan Murphy's company, alleging the drama inaccurately depicts her as a gossipmonger and is an invasion of privacy.De Havilland's suit alleges that "Feud: Bette and Joan," about the testy relationship of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, used her name and identity without permission or compensation.Representatives for Murphy, who co-created the hit series "American Horror Story" and "Glee," didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.Catherine Zeta-Jones played de Havilland in the series, which aired earlier this year.The actress believes FX's actions raise important principles that affect other celebrities, Smith's statement said.The suit seeks unspecified compensatory and punitive damages for emotional distress, damage to her reputation and past and future economic losses, as well as an injunction barring the defendants from using her name or image in the series or otherwise.
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