Days of our Lives Releases A Statement On Arianne Zucker’s Lawsuit
2024/04/02

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Arianne Zucker, an actress who previously worked on the soap opera Days of our Lives, is filing a lawsuit against the show for wrongful termination and other charges. A spokesperson for Days of our Lives released a statement in response to Zucker's claims, stating that they believe the allegations in the lawsuit are baseless. The statement also mentioned that Corday Productions, the production company behind the show, had offered to renew Zucker's contract with a pay increase, but she rejected their offer. The spokesperson further explained that the show promptly investigated complaints about the behavior of one of its co-executive producers and directors, Ken Corday, and subsequently terminated him.

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This information can be seen in Zucker's lawsuit.

Last year, reports emerged that Ken Corday was being internally investigated by Sony Pictures Television, which produces Days of our Lives. Initially, it was decided that Corday would continue in his positions on the show. However, it was later announced that Corday would be leaving the soap opera. Currently, Zucker is involved in a major storyline on the show, in which her character, Nicole, is unaware that her son is alive and that his true birth father is Eric, played by Greg Vaughan. Since Zucker has announced that she is no longer with the show, it is possible that this storyline will be wrapped up before the end of the year.

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