Disney is under fire since news broke that Kiara Muhammad, who voiced the titular character on the popular Doc McStuffins cartoon from 2012-2015, is suing Disney for unfairly compensating her.
The lawsuit, which was filed on Tuesday, Oct. 11 with Los Angeles County Superior Court, alleges that Disney has not been paying Muhammad 2.5 percent of the merchandise revenue like they should be. Additionally, Disney only offered daily contracts with single-day recording sessions. After each day, the contract would be terminated, with a new one-day contract at her next recording session.
The complaint goes on to state that Disney continued to do this, despite the fact that Muhammad and her parents tried on multiple occasions to propose contracts lasting more than one day.
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