Months after Straight Outta Compton, the most anticipated film of the summer has released and ranked in $200 million, Jerry Heller, former manager of NWA, has decided that there were too many inaccuracies depicted; he’s filed a lawsuit with the request of $35 million in compensatory damages and $75 million in punitive damages.

Details after the jump.

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Heller, 75, claims that the film is defamation of his character; and with that being said, he’s blaming everyone involved in the film’s creation. The $110 million lawsuit has named Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, the Estate of Eazy-E, NBC Universal and more as the guilty party.

According to TMZ, Heller is saying because all parties were not smart enough to change his name, he’s getting them for using his likeness to tell lies; lies such as withholding funds from Cube; him forcing Cube and Dre to sign contracts that did not benefit them; and being fired by Eazy E.

Heller adds that his book, Ruthless: A Memoir, was used for some scenes without his permission, therefore, he wants his money for it ALL.

Well, this is going to be a long and sticky process, I’ll say.

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