Chuck Norris files $30M lawsuit against CBS and Sony

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Chuck Norris files $30M lawsuit against CBS and Sony for Walker, Texas Ranger profits.
Chuck Norris filed a $30M breach-of-contract lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday against CBS and Sony Pictures Television for alleged missing profits from his hit nineties TV show Walker, Texas Ranger.

According to Deadline, the Oklahoma-born action star - turning 78 next month - claimed CBS hasn't paid him his contracted '23 percent cut' of streaming video-on-demand revenue for the crime series since 2004.

'Defendants have rejected, ignored, and failed to consider offers from third parties who were willing to pay a premium license fee for Walker, because Defendants preferred to self-deal by negotiating special licensing deals, with minimal fees, with their own networks,' the legal documents stated.

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