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Settlement Reached in Gregg Allman Biopic Death Suit

When Sarah Jones, a 27-year-old camera assistant was killed on the set of the Gregg Allman biopic, Midnight Rider, in February, several lawsuits followed. Gregg Allman filed to have the film shut down and to stop director Randall Miller from continuing production, and the family of Sarah Jones followed suit for the wrongful death of their daughter.

A settlement has not been reach in the case between the family and many of the defendents. According to Billboard, director Randall Miller, producer Jody Savin, executive producers Jay Sedrish and Don Mandrik, location manager Charles Baxter, the production company, Unclaimed Freight, first assistant director Hillary Schwartz, director of photography Mike Ozier, Epozier Films, Inc. and Rayonier Performance Fibers have all settled confidentially with the family.

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