A federal judge ruled that the prosecutor depicted in the Ava DuVernay-directed miniseries about the Central Park Five can sue Netflix.
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The former prosecutor of the Central Park Five case continues to experience the fallout of the critically acclaimed Netflix series.
Fairstein wrote in a new op-ed that the dramatization of the infamous Central Park Five case also contains “falsehoods.”
The “When They See Us” director said critics shouldn’t only focus on Linda Fairstein. “It’s not about her,” she told Oprah Winfrey.
The former prosecutor has become a bestselling author of the Alexandra Cooper series of mystery novels.
The former prosecutor has been under fire since Netflix's "When They See Us" premiered.
The disgraced author also stepped down from several boards in the wake of the backlash.
The now-author has had to close down her accounts following the backlash over her involvement of the Central Park Five investigation.
Central Park Five Prosecutor Linda Fairstein Tried To Negotiate Her Involvement In 'When They See Us'
There's also a growing call to boycott Fairstein, who's also the author of mystery books, currently on shelves.