Two men approached a garage driver and threatened him with a gun that if they were not paid $50,000 they would shoot someone from the garage
The filming of an Apple TV+ miniseries starring the Natalie Portman they stopped temporarily after two men threatened to shoot a member of the production if they didn’t $50,000 is paidaccording to Baltimore police.
The cast and crew of “Lady in the Lake,” based on Laura Lippman’s book of the same name, had been filming in downtown Baltimore for several months when two men approached a crew driver and threatened him at gunpoint unless they were paid $50,000. dollars will shoot someone from the crew.
The incident occurred, according to the Baltimore police, last Friday, August 26. Although no other crew members were on set at the time, production decided to “take the threats seriously and reschedule the shoot after finding another location,” a police spokesman said.
According to Rolling Stone no arrests have been made. Local news outlet The Baltimore Banner described the men as “local drug dealers.”
In a statement provided to The Hollywood Reporter, the show’s production company Endeavor Content confirmed the incident and said production will continue with increased security measures. “We are cooperating with the Baltimore Police Department as the investigation is ongoing,” the statement said.
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