Report: ‘The Dirt’ Crew Member Sues Motley Crue And Netflix After Getting Electrocuted On Set

Motley Crue and Netflix are reportedly the targets of a new lawsuit.

Louis DiVincenti recently filed a lawsuit against the band and the streaming service in Louisiana, according to TMZ. DiVincenti was electrocuted in March 2018 while working on the set of the new biopic “The Dirt”.

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DiVincenti reportedly said he was handing down metal pipes to other crew members. One of the pipes made contact with a power line, sending an electric current that “entered his body and blew out through his right foot.”

The electrocution had severe consequences. The lawsuit states DiVincenti suffered third-degree burns on half of his body, required partial amputation of his foot, and he underwent multiple surgeries and skin grafts.

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DiVincenti reportedly argues Netflix, the producers, and Motley Crue should be held responsible for failing to address on set electrical hazards.

“The Dirt” is a biographical musical comedy-drama about the glam metal band. It premiered March 22 and received mixed reviews.

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