Big Brother cast members walk out; producer sues to shut them up.

Big Brother cast members walk out; producer sues to shut them up.
Remember how exciting it was when the Big Brother hamsters were going to walk out on Endemol and CBS last fall? They stayed, but in Denmark, the cast overcame Stockholm Syndrome and bolted. Now, the producer, TvDanmark, is taking them to court to prevent them from talking to a tabloid about their experiences, according to Variety.

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