Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock
’s company Warrior Poets
will pay more than a million dollars in a lawsuit filed against him by Turner Entertainment Networks
, according to court papers obtained by TheWrap
According to a filing in federal court in California on Tuesday, Spurlock and his company Warrior Poets will pony up nearly $1.2 million in the legal action.
“The parties, Warrior Poets (‘Defendant’) and Turner Entertainment Networks, Inc. (‘Plaintiff’), have agreed to entry of this Final Judgment finally disposing of this action,” Tuesday’s filing notes.
“Judgment is entered for Plaintiff and against Defendant on all claims in the amount of $1,173,707,” the paperwork reads.
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“The Parties waive any right to appeal,” the filing adds.
Spurlock was sued by Turner in March, after Spurlock’s late-2017 admission that he had engaged in sexual misconduct. Turner alleged that a project about women