In yet another case of a Hollywood outsider claiming he was cheated by a studio accounting system, producer Martin Richards is suing Disney's Miramax, claiming that the studio has cooked its books to prevent him from receiving his share of the profits of Chicago. In his lawsuit, filed in New York on Monday, Richards claims that, except for some early set payments, he has yet to see any of the profits due him under his contract with Miramax despite the fact that the movie has taken in some $300 million in movie, DVD, and foreign-rights sales.
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