Milla Jovovich’s Resident Evil stunt double who lost arm in motorbike scene sues producers for ‘failing to pay medical bills’

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A STUNTWOMAN who lost an arm in a horrific motorbike accident on the set of a Resident Evil film is suing producers. Olivia Jackson was working as Milla Jovovich’s double in 2015 when she claims a “haphazard” stunt went wrong and she almost lost her life. The daredevil, 38, who lives ...

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