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Stealing The Show: SAG's Misappropriation Investigation

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The Screen Actors Guild has disclosed an investigation regarding "possible financial impropriety" over the alleged misappropriation of $200,000-$250,000 by a mid-level supervisor, according to a source close to the case, reports The Wrap.

According to the LA Times, the former manager was fired last month and "worked in a department that attempts to distribute unallocated residual payments to the estates of deceased SAG members or members who can no longer be found. At any one time, SAG has more than $10 million in such undistributed funds."

Deadline posted the alert early Sunday morning: