Producer A Aida Blacklists Amelia Henderson While Actress Files Appeal Against RM213K Fine
Amelia Henderson is filing an appeal after the Court of Civil Sessions ordered her to pay a RM213,000 fine to A Aida Productions Sdn Bhd for breach of contract
Amelia said that she respected the court's decision, but she believes that the case is still ongoing and will continue to fight in court, reported Kosmo!
"I am very proud of myself because I think I did the right thing. But at the same time, that feeling is also what gives me the strength to appeal," she said tearfully.
"Personally, today I feel very happy because, at a time of great need, my whole family is present, that is the true meaning of victory," she added.
Amelia went on to say that she had a great time working with Datuk A Aida and she still does not have any negative things to say about the actress and television producer.
"I hope everyone understands that this is a disagreement between two professionals."
A Aida, on the other hand, has stated unequivocally that she will no longer collaborate with Amelia on any of her company's future production projects
The producer said that her heart is now closed from accepting Amelia in any future projects, adding that she would rather work with fresh faces who won't cause any problems.
"Like I said, this is the first time I've met this kind of artiste. She might do this again next time if I take her for an (acting) job," she said.
"I would like to give opportunities to young talents who are not problematic. I don't want an artiste who would pull themselves out a day before shooting. I'm sorry," she added.
Earlier today, 7 April, the actress and the producer both went to court for the trial
Throughout the trial, Amelia denied breaching the contract when she accepted an offer to star in a separate drama, Sekali Lagi Cinta Kembali.
However, the actress was still fined for breach of contract.
Judge Zulqarnain Hassan also ordered the actress to apologise and delete a video that she had uploaded on her social media, which contained defamatory statements about the company.