By Michael S. WilliamsonPublished July 17, 2018 12:32 p.m.
ETAs we wait for the next Woody to be released, here’s a look at some of the other stories that have plagued him since he arrived in the big city:Woody Toy.
The movie is so bad that the studios and the critics have stopped showing it.
The cast has been replaced by a group of young, mostly black actors, who were brought on to replace the cast of Woody Allen’s “Lone Survivor.”
(A few months later, Woody’s first wife, Susan, was killed in a car crash.)
The show has been canceled for good.
And now, a lawsuit filed by a man named Christopher Baugh alleges that the movie star, who had his first child a few months after Woody’s arrival, and the cast and crew, who all came from out of town, cheated him out of millions of dollars.
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on July 16, says that when Woody and his wife moved to New York in the early 1990s, he began to receive threatening phone calls from people who were jealous of his “unhappy” wife, who he called “Mrs. Smith” and “a faker.”
The lawsuit goes on to say that “the threats and harassing behavior were made on behalf of Woody’s son, and were directed at him and his children and their families.”
The complaint adds that, according to police, one of the alleged phone calls allegedly involved Woody asking a woman at the movie theater to “get off of her ass,” and another allegedly called him a “fag,” saying, “I don’t know why you got so many children, but you got to get off of your ass.”
Woody also allegedly “engaged in numerous other instances of abuse” by saying, “[T]hey’re gonna have to pay for it” and calling him a hypocrite.
Baugh also claims that the lawsuit alleges that when his son was about 5 years old, he was told by his father that Woody had “bought him a fake movie ticket,” and that the ticket was fake, and that he should never buy a ticket again.
Bought a fake ticket?
Woody was going to have to buy a real one?
Baugh said the suit also alleges that in 1998, when his boy was about 12 years old and Woody was still living in New York, Woody said, “You can have your ticket back if you give me your phone number,” and when Baugh tried to get his son’s phone number, Woody allegedly said, “[Y]ou will have to give me a fake phone number.”
He also said he was threatened by the producer of the film, who told him, “We are going to kill you and your family, and we’re going to bring in the FBI and we are going get you.”
Woodie has not been charged with a crime, and has denied all the allegations, but Baugh’s attorney, Matthew Mascia, has said that the accusations were part of a conspiracy by the cast, crew and producers of “Lonesome Dove.”
Baugh says he filed the lawsuit after being called into his office, which was set up as a meeting room for people who had complaints against Woody.
“They were like, ‘We need to talk to Woody, we need to take this on,'” he told The New York Times.
“There were like seven people there and I was like, this is going to be a nightmare.”
Mascia also claims in the suit that “Woody was the one that called me the next day and said, ‘I have to get rid of you.’
He was like a little kid.”