You might also be interested in.. Although that audit was completed past year, Nye says Disney failed to produce documents related to deals with Netflix, Apple, and others. But in 2008, Nye got suspicious after getting a check for the year prior and then, months later, being asked to return most of that money due to a mistake the company made in a calculation.
Nye has seemingly moved beyond those days of being "The Science Guy" but he's still looking to get paid from his old show.
TV presenter, engineer and science educator William Nye - widely known as "Bill Nye the Science Guy" - has filed a fraud suit against Disney that some media outlets are valuing at more than $37 million. In a report by CNN, it was reported that Nye is allegedly owed a gross amount of $9 million for his work on the show. However, he was reportedly met with opposition and eventually was forced to hire an external auditor. But according to a lawsuit filed this week, Nye is going to attempt to school Disney just like he schooled you in the wonderful rules that govern this unbelievable universe of ours.
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The "defendants failed to engage in the process in good faith", says the suit, which accuses the companies of engaging in "an ongoing, deliberate conspiracy to deceive Mr. Nye".
The inquiry into Disney's accounts has been delayed for years as the company claimed that Bill Nye has not presented the proper paperwork to look into the company's accounts.
All in all, Nye's auditor found that the host was owed at least $9.3 million from the companies, with Nye claiming that the companies took $28 million in ill-gotten gains from him and his partners.
Nye is suing for "fraudulent concealment, fraudulent inducement, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty, among other claims", according to The Hollywood Reporter.