In 1989, Locke sued Eastwood for palimony, after he changed the locks on their house and placed her belongings in storage. They settled in 1990, with Eastwood giving her a directing contract with Warner Bros. in exchange for her dropping the suit. However, the studio never hired her to direct and rejected all of the 30+ film projects she proposed. In 1996, Locke hired entertainment attorney Neil Papiano and sued Eastwood for fraud, alleging that he had compensated Warner Bros. for the contract. The case was left in the jury's hands, with analysts predicting that Locke would win. In 1999, Eastwood and Locke agreed to settle out of court for a reportedly large amount. The details of the settlement were not publicly disclosed. The case is used in some modern law school contracts textbooks to illustrate the legal concept of good faith...
...In 1997 she published an autobiography titled The Good, the Bad, and the Very Ugly.
YES, I just downloaded this a coupe of weeks ago but I haven't gotten around to watching it.
My father and I were utterly bewildered when we rented this from the children's section at the video store back in the late 80s.
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