Back in October the network responds to Gabby’s claims about owing the actress some coins .
“While we hold Gabrielle Union in the highest esteem, we feel strongly that we are contractually well within our rights and are committed to reaching a swift and positive resolution in this matter,” a BET Network said in a statement this morning. Sources tells Deadline that BET plans to respond fairly quickly in the courts as well to the complaint from Union and her attorney Marty Singer seeking $3 million.
SAG-AFTRA has accused BET and Breakdown Productions of violating the union’s contract the cable network’s hit show Being Mary Jane. In a statement, the union said that the companies “continue to abuse the option pick-up process and mask which season they are shooting to avoid paying contractually agreed upon raises.” The union said it’s now “moving to arbitration on behalf of the entire cast.”