After a failed pitch to Amazon, The Walking Dead was born.
But the studio behind the series never got a green light from AMC, which ended up losing the rights to the series.
Now, the studio is facing a lawsuit from a woman who claimed that her husband was “stealing” the series from her, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The suit alleges that the couple, who have been together for 17 years, had “stolen” the show for themselves, claiming that their marriage had ended in 2013 and they were “not related” to the franchise.
In the suit, the woman alleges that her partner took her on a vacation to the Bahamas in 2013.
She alleges that he began talking about “The Walking Night,” and she told him she was pregnant.
She says that he was then going to “put his hands in my mouth and put his fingers in my vagina” while she was naked.
The woman claims that the two of them had sex “without her consent,” but that she felt uncomfortable.
She alleged that the man said he had a lot of experience with “stealings,” and that he “did not feel it was appropriate to do this,” according to The Times.
She then alleges that she was able to call AMC and get them to cancel the show.
“After my husband said the words ‘put your hands in,’ I felt like it was my fault,” she told the newspaper.
She added that she is “very disappointed” and “totally devastated” by the incident.
The couple filed a $1.25 million lawsuit against AMC, as well as their former lawyer, who is not named in the lawsuit.
The lawsuit was filed in a California court and could be settled in the coming weeks.
“The Plaintiffs have filed a lawsuit alleging that the defendants, who are named in The Walking Night’s complaint, have stolen and unlawfully defrauded Plaintiffs and their children by fraudulently and unlawfully obtaining, from Plaintiffs, the rights, rights of the plaintiffs, and/or the rights of their children to participate in The Simpsons television series, The Simpsons Movie and The Simpsons TV Movie,” the lawsuit reads.
“They have unlawfully and fraudulously obtained the rights and rights of The Plaintiffs to participate and in any future television, film or video game series based upon The Simpsons and The Walking Springfield.”
The Simpsons is the longest-running animated television series and one of the most popular shows on television.
It was first released in 1990 and ran for nine seasons.
The series has also spawned several spin-off series and a live-action movie.