- Report: #989957
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Complaint Review: Jeff Calhoun
Jeff Calhoun1260 North Kings Road, West Hollywood, CA 90069 West Hollywood, California United States of America
Jeff Calhoun PROBABLY LIED on multiple issues West Hollywood, California
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Dane Alexander does not own Maya filmscript, No Pay
*Author of original report: Jeff Calhoun Is Lying: Here's Proof
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Calhoun has never challenged my book ownership with the US Patent Office or even the Screenwriters Guild Of America West with whom the screenplay is formally registered.
Then he goes on to claim assault, yet I have never met the man. If said assault was true, why has he not registered it with even one legal authority?
Calhoun also states I have terrorist intentions. If so, what is his proof? And why has he not taken this to Homeland Security, or at least his local police?
Even other movie writers like James Cameron of Avatar or the authors of The Matrix have numerous, unfounded challenges of their Intellectual Property ownership. Once fame sets in, such opportunity-seeking allegations tend to come out of the woodwork.
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