30 August 2011
Hilary Duff has reportedly received a lump sum compensation payout after being dropped from her role in the upcoming movie 'Bonnie and Clyde'.
Hilary was dumped from the movie apparently back in May, which she denied.
Then earlier this month she announced she is pregnant, which prompted further reports and confirmation of her being sacked from the movie.
The movie producers cited "scheduling conflicts" as the reason, however it sparked fiery debate over whether Hilary's pregnancy was the cause.
Hilary was set to play the lead role of Bonnie in the film.
Gossip site TMZ is now reporting she'll be paid a severance fee of $100,000, as per her contract.
Hilary told TMZ she thinks her unborn baby is more important.
"I don't wanna give them any more press than they've already gotten off me... I think (my) baby is a little bit more exciting."