'Duck Dynasty' Creators Hit ITV Studios With $100M Suit

By Suevon Lee (January 11, 2017, 12:29 AM EST) -- The producers behind A&E's hit cable reality show "Duck Dynasty" slapped the majority stakeholder in their company with a $100 million suit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, saying the entity schemed to smear their reputation to wrangle a discounted price for their minority interest.

Scott and Deirdre Gurney are accusing ITV Gurney Holdings Inc. and three of its board members of waging a "concerted and malicious campaign" to damage their reputation in the press and "exert maximum pressure" on the husband-and-wife pair in order to secure more favorable terms for the couple's 38.5 percent minority interest in Gurney Productions...

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