A controversial documentary delving into the details of Princess Diana's death will not see the light of day in the United States or Britain.
The film, "Unlawful Killing," directed by Keith Allen, claims the princess and her boyfriend, Dodi Al Fayed, were murdered in a plot involving her former father-in-law, Prince Philip. The movie was financed by Dodi Al Fayed's father, Mohamed Al Fayed, who has always believed the deaths were suspicious and not an accident.
Dodi and Diana were killed while speeding through a Paris tunnel on Aug. 31, 1997.
(Watch a brief video about Princess Diana's life.)
According to the Sun, the filmmakers could not secure insurance to cover liability for potential lawsuits over the film, which first aired at the Cannes Film Festival.
Lawyers had told the filmmakers that in order for the film to be shown in Britain, 87 cuts surrounding contentious allegations would have to be made.
A spokesman for the film told the publication, "'Unlawful Killing' has been soldRead More »from Controversial Princess Diana film dropped