This October 19, 2019 file photo shows Gina Carano at a Disney Plus launch event promoting “The Mandalorian” at the London West Hollywood Hotel in West Hollywood, California. Carano sued Lucasfilm and its parent company The Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday. He was fired from “The Mandalorian” in 2021 after saying he was let go for expressing right-wing views on social media. , Photo Credit: Mark Von Holden
Actress Gina Carano is suing Lucasfilm and its parent company The Walt Disney Company over her firing in 2021. The MandalorianSaying that he was allowed to express right-wing views on social media.
The lawsuit, which Carano filed in federal court in California on Tuesday with the help of X, formerly Twitter, alleges she was unfairly terminated. star wars Galaxy Disney+ streaming series after two seasons over a post comparing the treatment of American conservatives to Jews in Nazi Germany.
“A long time ago in a galaxy not so far away, the Crusaders made it clear that there was only one orthodoxy acceptable in thought, speech or action in their empire, and those who dared to question or adhere to it completely Those who fail to do so will not be tolerated,” the lawsuit opens.
“Carano was removed from her role as quickly as her character's peaceful home planet of Alderaan was destroyed by the Death Star.” The lawsuit alleges that she was fired because she “dared to express her opinions against an online bullying mob” that demanded from her compliance with their extreme progressive ideology.
Disney and Lucasfilm have not filed a response to the lawsuit, and representatives did not immediately respond to an email requesting comment.
A statement from Lucasfilm at the time of his firing said, “His social media posts that denigrate people based on their cultural and religious identities are abhorrent and unacceptable.”
Carano is seeking compensation to be determined during the lawsuit and a court order that she be reinstated to the show.
The MandalorianStarring Pedro Pascal, it has aired for three seasons and has now been turned into a feature film. Several interconnected series also air on Disney+.
The lawsuit says Lucasfilm also harmed his future work prospects by making “maliciously false” statements about him.
Carano, a former mixed martial artist who played recurring character Cara Dune in the Bounty Hunter storyline mandalorianThe post was deleted but was shared widely online and the #FireGinaCarano hashtag began trending.
Carano was previously criticized for social media posts that mocked mask-wearing during the pandemic and made false allegations of voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
She also mocked the use of gender pronouns in the profile, listing “beep/bop/boop” in her social media bio. He said that this is not about making fun of trans people but a star wars A reference to R2-D2, and the lawsuit calls it “a playful way to appease all the harassment he's received.” But he alleges that the company harassed him due to this issue.
The lawsuit says Carano volunteered to participate in Zoom meetings with leaders of LGBTQ+ groups at the company's behest with “very positive” results, but Lucasfilm demanded a public apology in which she blamed “a whole group of people.” Carano admitted to mocking or insulting her, which Carano admitted she “never did” and that she was subjected to other harassment over the issue.
Carano said on social media Tuesday that Ax had helped finance the lawsuit. X owner Elon Musk shared his post, stating that anyone who feels that the company has done injustice to them, “tell us if you would like to join the case against Disney.”