‘Pregnant’ Hilary Duff gets $100K severance package for movie axing

New York: Hilary Duff, who was dropped from the remake of the film classic ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ due to her pregnancy, has received a 100,000-dollar severance package.

According to TMZ.com, the actress got the six-figure compensation, as her play-or-pay contract vouched for it if she gets axed from the production.

“I don’t wanna give them any more press than they’ve already gotten off me...” the New York Post quoted Duff as saying.

“I think [my] baby is a little bit more exciting,” she added.


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