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Director Randall Miller issues a statement from jail after he was sentenced to two years in prison in the death of camera assistant Sarah Jones.
In addition to the two years prison sentence, Miller is ordered to pay a 25,000 dollars fine, to perform 360 hours of community service, and to complete eight years' probation.
Richard and Elizabeth Jones say through their spokesman that they are a step closer to ensuring film set safety.
In a chilling video taken from inside a CSX locomotive, the cast and crew are seen running away from the train tracks to save their lives.
An investigation and a review determine that the singer, executive producer Michael Lehman and Open Road Films are not responsible for Sarah Jones' death.
Hillary Schwartz enters not-guilty plea to the involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass charges before trial begins early next year in connection to Sarah Jones' on-set death.
Hillary Schwartz becomes the latest crew member of the Gregg Allman biopic who faces manslaughter and criminal trespass charges in the death of Sarah Jones.
Film Allman LCC is slapped with 'one willful and one serious safety violation' for failing to provide safety measures to protect employees and exposing them to hazards.
The movie's distributor says there is no connection between any of their conduct and the alleged loss or damages that Sarah Jones' family contends to suffer.
Jay Sedrish is expected to attend the first court hearing stemming from the death of camera assistant Sarah Jones on the set of Gregg Allman biopic.
Sedrish surrenders to Georgia cops almost at the same time when Randall Miller and Jody Savin plead not guilty in Sarah Jones' death.
Director Randall Miller and his wife Jody Savin who was an executive producer of the film pleaded not guilty against the involuntary manslaughter charge.