Drug kingpin Pablo Escobar’s brother Roberto Escobar demands the right to review the Neflix show and be paid $1 billion Real-Life Drug Kingpin Wants Netflix to Pay Him $1 Billion for ’Narcos
Narcos producer shot and killed in Mexico…..these cartels don’t want to be exposed on netflix smh — ᴊᴀᴄᴋ ᴊᴀᴄᴋ (@TheJackHunter_) September 16, 2017 Gaviria also warned there will be consequences if Netflix doesn’t pay Escobar Inc. the $1 billion.
’Narcos’: Pablo Escobar’s Brother Wants $1 Billion from Netflix, Slams Actor Wagner Moura By Tufayel Ahmed On 7/7/16 at 11:52 AM Wagner Moura as Pablo Escobar in Netflix’s hit show ”Narcos”.
Netflix are scared. They sent us a long letter to threaten us. Right now, we are in discussions with them through our attorneys Browne George Ross LLP to obtain our $1 billion payment. If we don’t receive it, we will close their little show. You see, we own all the trademarks to all of our names and also for the Narcos brand.
Roberto Escobar, Pablo’s brother, has previously requested that Netflix show him the second season of the series before it went to air in order to confirm authenticity. Presumably, they did not, and the bad blood only festered from there.
Netflix . On Wednesday, Pablo Escobar’s brother Roberto wrote a ”friendly” and ”formal” letter to Netflix asking to review the second season of ”Narcos” to ensure it was an accurate portrayal of his family. Now he has taken a different tone, demanding $1 billion from Netflix and threatening legal action.
Pablo Escobar’s family is threatening Netflix with a copyright claim to the tune of $1 billion against the popular series Narcos, according to documents obtained by the Hollywood Reporter. Escobar Inc., the company owned by Pablo Escobar’s brother Roberto de Jesus Escobar Gaviria, filed a lawsuit last year demanding $1 billion for using the infamous …
Narcos, a popular Netflix drama about one of the world’s most notorious drug lords Pablo Escobar, is currently at the center of a trademark dispute. Pablo Escobar’s Brother Wants $1
Pablo Escobar’s family is suing Netflix and demand $1 billion USD. Gaviria also threatened to ”close their little show” if Netflix failed to pay.
The drama surrounding Netflix’s Narcos has suddenly got more dramatic than the show itself! Following the death of location scout Carlos Munoz Portal, Pablo Escobar’s brother told Netflix they