[EXCLUSIVE] Shonda Rhimes Wants Unknown Author’s Lawsuit Dismissed: I Did NOT Steal From Her!

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog

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“Grey’s Anatomy” creator Shonda Rhimes says the unknown author who is suing her accusing her of stealing her stories is absolutely false.

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Earlier this year, Rhimes was sued by a struggling writer named Debra Feldman. Feldman accused Rhimes of getting hold of her manuscript “The Red Tattoo” and using it as the basis for her now-cancelled ABC medical drama “Off the Map” — which focused on U.S. doctors working in a remote South America village.

Feldman claimed that Rhimes’ team knew nothing about medical treatment in a third-world island, so it was blatantly obvious she stole her story.

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