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Patrisse Cullors’ troubles have gone from bad to worse. The Black Lives Matter co-founder was secretly dumped from a Warner Bros TV deal, according to EURweb.

Warner Bros secretly ended Cullors’ multi-year TV deal without producing any original programming. The TV deal was to include producing children’s programming, documentaries and Black stories across streaming, cable and broadcast platforms.

Cullors was under a cloud of suspicion after she made large real estate purchases and paid millions of dollars in salaries to family and friends.

In 2021, Cullors resigned from Black Lives Matter a month after the NY Post reported that she spent $3.2 million on properties in California and Georgia.

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Cullors denied that she or anyone else within the organization misused funds earmarked for social justice causes in the Black community.

“The only regret I have with BLM is wishing that we could have paused for one to two years, to just not do any work and just focus on the infrastructure,” Cullors told the Associated Press last year.

She denied transferring millions of dollars into bank accounts she controlled. “That’s a false narrative. It’s impacted me personally and professionally, that people would accuse me of stealing from Black people,” she said.

Black Lives Matter faces bankruptcy amid reports that the BLM foundation is operating at an $8.5 million deficit.

Among BLM’s losses is $961,000 from a $172,000 securities sale, Newsweek magazine reported.

The foundation took in only $9.3 million between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, with assets totaling $30 million.

Paul Cullors, Patrisse’s brother, continues to be paid $1.6 million for “professional security services” for BLM.