Apple TV+ filming shut down by protestors in LA
What you need to know
- Filming for Apple TV+ original Truth Be Told has been disrupted by protestors.
- They appear to be angry about filming in locations that could have been used for homeless people.
Filming for Apple TV+ original Truth Be Told was disrupted by protestors in LA earlier this week.
As reported by Deadline:
The report says that around ten crew members were on location and that shooting was brought to a halt a 3 pm. Things reportedly "got heated very quickly", neither Octavia Spencer nor Katherine LaNasa were on the scene, but two actresses had to "retreat with the rest of the production". LAPD arrived soon after.
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