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'Burn Notice' Explosion Ends Up in Lawsuit

June 19, 2010 (2:58 am) GMT
A manager of a property used for the filming of the USA Network series complains about several damages caused by a big bang.
'Burn Notice' Explosion Ends Up in Lawsuit

"" becomes a literal meaning when the production company behind the successful USA Network is sued for explosion. Property manager of Park Square Commercial F1 has filed a lawsuit on Wednesday, June 16 in Florida court to ask for a sum of money to repair the damage caused by a "big explosion" in the show.

Park Square noted that the made-explosion caused property damage such as chips, smoke stain and lingering damage to walls and floors. The property and TVM Prods initially agreed on term that the property in Miami-Dade, Fla. is to be returned in the pre-use condition. Thus, the contract between the two parties has been violated.

TVM is now sued for an unspecified compensation "for the production company's alleged unjust enrichment", THR reported. USA has not made a comment regarding the situation.

"Burn Notice", currently in the fourth season, is about a spy named Michael Westen who is dismissed form his job and "burned". Michael struggles to put his life back together and find out why he's been burned.

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