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Cheap Laughs

Setiam and Katherine Allah, an interracial couple, sued Lifetime Entertainment Services et al. for punitive damages in L.A. Superior Court, claiming that without consent “their family portrait was displayed as a prop in a Lifetime original movie [‘Christmas Harmony’], and then insulted for cheap laughs.”

LOS ANGELES — Setiam and Katherine Allah, an interracial couple, sued Lifetime Entertainment Services for punitive damages in L.A. Superior Court, claiming that without consent “their family portrait was displayed as a prop in a Lifetime original movie [‘Christmas Harmony’], and then insulted for cheap laughs.”

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