Jordan Peele Sued for Unauthorized Entry Into Elite Club in NY Secret Society
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The mastermind behind critically-acclaimed horror movie 'Get Out' is accused of unlawfully accessing The Explorers Club whose members include Elon Musk and James Cameron.

AceShowbiz - Jordan Peele's production firm is facing a lawsuit from two explorers who claim their office was accessed during the filming of a Nazi hunting series.

Peele's company, Monkeypaw Productions, is making "The Hunt", which stars Al Pacino as a Nazi hunter tracking down war criminals in 1970s New York, for Amazon Prime Video.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, two Arctic explorers, Christine Dennison and Timothy Taylor, have alleged that their offices in New York secret society The Explorers Club, were unlawfully accessed during filming.

"This unauthorized entry was intentionally concealed from the plaintiffs," the pair claim in their lawsuit, also alleging Monkeypaw crew members were given their own key and took videos of their office space, which "included documents containing confidential and sensitive information."

Also named in the suit are Explorers Club chiefs Richard Wiese and William Roseman, who are alleged to have signed an agreement with Monkeypaw to allow them use the club's Manhattan premises.

In their lawsuit the explorers also claim the crewmembers made phone calls and ate their food, and that everything was captured on security cameras. Dennison and Taylor are seeking at least $100,000 in damages.

Elon Musk, James Cameron, and Jeff Bezos are all members of the elite explorers' club.

"The Hunt" is scheduled for release later this year.

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