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Workers compensation fraud allegations against an actress in the drama television series “Yellowstone” have gone cold, as reported by Entertainment Weekly.
Q’orianka Kilcher had been facing two felony comp fraud counts for collecting $97,000 in benefits following an injury in 2018 while on the set of “Dora and the Lost City of Gold,” the magazine reported last week.
However, a workers comp claims adjuster rewrote his initial determination that Ms. Kilcher committed insurance fraud and advised the courts that the criminal charges should be dropped, the magazine reported.
Ms. Kilcher told the magazine she felt exonerated by the dismissal of the criminal charges and wanted to use the case to help raise awareness of “worker’s rights within the workers comp system.”