Lifetime pulled a serious Scrooge transfer in one among its heartwarming vacation flicks by taking a real-life household that had nothing to do with the film and calling ’em ugly … based on the fam, anyway.
Setiam and Katherine Allah are suing the cable channel over a scene in “Christmas Harmony” … which they didn’t discover in the least harmonious or Christmas-y. In a lawsuit, the Allahs say one among their household photographs in some way ended up as a prop on the film’s set with out their permission.
If you noticed the film (’trigger who didn’t?), the lead character, Harmony, pins a random household pic to the wall …solely to have her love curiosity inform her to take it down instantly. Harmony protests, however her man fires again … “They’re ugly!”
The Allahs had been embarrassed when family and friends referred to as to say they simply acknowledged them whereas watching the movie. According to the swimsuit, the Allahs solely despatched out about 50 of these household portraits, however to not anybody who works for Lifetime.
The film aired again in November, so for the Allahs, the injury is completed. They’re suing Lifetime for the entire film’s income. Bah humbug!
We’ve reached out to Lifetime, up to now no phrase again.