Natalee Holloway’s story is still embroiled in controversy since her missing for 12 years, and it has setoff a new lawsuit.
Edward Kramer just recorded suit against two creation organizations Brian Graden Media and Lipstick for supposedly taking his thought for a miniseries about Holloway’s frosty case. He says what’s more terrible; he worked for the organizations for over a year without getting as much as a penny.
In the reports, Kramer claims after Lipstick place him in contact with BGM in 2014 to build up the Holloway extent, he was entrusted with doing a considerable measure of the legwork, such as making sense of how to transform it into a miniseries, doing interviews and preparing the pitch for NBC and Oxygen.
Kramer said when he started asking in regard to pay, he got nothing useful to work with.