“Yellowstone” Actress Q’orianka Kilcher was accused of two crimes includes of worker’s remuneration extortion regarding a physical issue she said she endured while acting in the film “Dora and the Lost City of Gold.”
Kilcher, 32, of North Hollywood, was charged following an examination by the California Department of Insurance. She self-gave up and was summoned on May 27. Her lawyer showed up in court Monday for her benefit, and her next planned trial is on Aug. 7.
As per the Department of Insurance, Kilcher professed to have harmed her neck and right shoulder while acting in the film “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” in October of 2018. Kilcher was treated by a specialist a couple of times that year, however the DOI says she halted treatment and didn’t answer the insurance agency dealing with her case in the interest of her boss. In October of 2019, Kilcher reached the insurance agency saying she wanted treatment and told the specialist dealing with her case she had been not able to take on work since the injury since her neck torment was excessively serious, as per the DOI. In light of those assertions, Kilcher started to get brief handicap benefits.
A survey of her pay data from Kilcher’s manager resolved Kilcher filled in as an entertainer on the network show “Yellowstone” from July 2019 to October 2019, DOI authorities said. As per records, Kilcher got back to the specialist and began getting handicap benefits five days after keep going chipping away at “Yellowstone.”
The specialist on Kilcher’s case said assuming that they had known about her new business history, they couldn’t ever have conceded her the inability installments, DOI authorities said. Between Oct. 14, 2019 and Sept. 9, 2021, Kilcher got $96,838 in handicap helps the DOI said was “uncalled for.”
“Yellowstone” and “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” were both Paramount Productions. Fundamental Global is the parent organization of both Paramount Productions and CBS 2/KCAL 9.