Hurley fined $100,000 by SAG
Dec 17, 2000 by Ian Evans
Hey, it’s been a few weeks since we’ve had a story about Elizabeth Hurley and we knew you were getting restless.
The Screen Actors Guild trial board has finally made their decision about Liz making a commercial during the recent strike and has fined the British actress $100,000. They credited her the $25,000 she donated to the strike fund, so she only has to find another $75,000 in her purse.
Ms. Hurley said, “Although I am deeply disappointed that the Trial Board disregarded the evidence showing that I never received notice of the strike, I will abide by their decision.”
She was a little ticked though that Tiger Woods, who also made a commercial during the strike, was only fine $50,000.