Ashton Kutcher‘s production company, Katalyst Media, has filed a $1.4 million lawsuit against California’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for allegedly backing out of a reality show based on its employees.
Katalyst reportedly struck a deal with DMV bosses to create a reality TV show featuring the staff who work in driver licensing offices.
In the lawsuit, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, Kutcher’s company states, “The series was conceived and designed to capture the variously humorous, emotional, dramatic, moving, humanizing and entertaining situations that arise on a daily basis at DMV’s more than 170 offices across the state of California.”
However, DMV heads have been accused of pulling out “abruptly and without justifiable excuse” over claims they believed the planned program wasn’t in their “best interests.”
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