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Class Action Alleges Netflix Released '13 Reasons Why' Despite Being Warned of Uptick in Child Suicides [UPDATE]

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on January 13, 2022

The Estate of B.H. et al. v. Netflix, Inc.

Filed: August 25, 2021 § 5:21-cv-06561

A class action alleges Netflix chose to release “13 Reasons Why” in March 2017 without adequately warning viewers of its subject matter despite being made aware that it could contribute to an uptick in child suicides.

Defendant(s)

Netflix, Inc.

Law(s)

State(s)

California

Case Updates

January 13, 2022 – ’13 Reasons Why’ Class Action Against Netflix Dismissed

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Last Updated on January 13, 2022 — 4:41 PM

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