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MTV And Comic Andy Dick Sued

13 September 2001 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

An actress has filed a lawsuit against MTV and comic Andy Dick - accusing them of sexually battering her and emotional distress. R. Sparkle Stillman, a 4 foot 2 inch actress who suffers from a spinal deformity, has filed a lawsuit against Dick and the channel over a comedy sketch that overstepped the mark. Dick, 35, is famous for spoofing celebrities on his show The Andy Dick Show and invites big names such as Mandy Moore, Ben Stiller and Moby to appear alongside him. He is famous for his character Daphne Aguilera, which alludes to pop princess Christina Aguilera and her infamous dress sense. Stillman alleges that upon arriving for filming in a Santa Monica park on June 18th, she was told the skit had been cancelled. However she goes on to report she was told to lie on her back and upon asking what was happening, an assistant director told her to, "shut up." She alleges that an unnamed naked man jumped on top of her and "simulated a sexual attack." Stillman is asking for unspecified damages and a court order to block the channel from broadcasting the episode. »

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