Rachel DeLoache Williams sues Netflix for defamation
September 19, 2022
Rachel DeLoache Williams isn’t content with Netflix’s Inventing Anna. The show, which accounts the grifts of phony beneficiary Anna Delvey, highlights Katie Lowes as Williams, the survivor of one of Anna’s tricks, who lost $60,000.
At the point when the show emerged, Williams made it clear she accepts that Inventing Anna was morally questionable. On account of Anna Sorokin, Netflix moved so rapidly that their inclusion affected the idea of the very story they planned to sensationalize.”
Presently, Williams has recorded a criticism claim against Netflix. “The disastrous harm to Williams’ standing was totally avoidable,” the documenting peruses.
That’s what the claim contends “Netflix went with a conscious choice for emotional purposes to show Williams doing or expressing things in the Series which depict her as a voracious, snooty, backstabbing, deceptive, fainthearted, manipulative and crafty individual.”
Thesuit rejects how Williams was depicted in Inventing Anna, it was portrayed as a “terrible and wretched individual,” and this drove her to be the subject of a deluge of online maltreatment, pessimistic in-person connections, and pejorative portrayals to say she.”
The claim contends that the slander was, to some degree, counter for offering her story to a contender.
All things being equal, it utilized her genuine name and individual subtleties (like her boss, neighborhood and place of graduation) in the Series and cast an entertainer who looked like her in numerous ways,” the claim contends. supporting the burden of reformatory harms, particularly assuming Netflix settled on that choice since Williams had offered her freedoms to the opponent Sorokin project being created by HBO.”