A Los Angeles judge has ordered Hollywood actress Renee Zellweger to turn over her diary as part of an ongoing insurance battle over her hit movie Cinderella Man. The star requested a $3 million (£2 million) payment from film insurance bosses after her co-star Russell Crowe suffered a dislocated shoulder and delayed filming on the 2005 picture by seven weeks.
However, executives at the insurance company claim Zellweger is not party to the $6 million (£4.1 million) which has already paid out as a result of the delay.
Zellweger - famous for her role in Bridget Jones' Diary - must now give a deposition and hand her own journal over to the court, alongside any other documents proving her whereabouts during the downtime.