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Actress Gina Carano faced backlash and lost her job from Disney’s “Star Wars” series for not conforming to woke narratives.

Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, now named “X,” led to Carano filing a lawsuit against Disney and Lucasfilm for discrimination and violation of free speech.

“I would like to express my deepest gratitude & thank you to [Elon Musk] & [X] for giving me an opportunity to bring my case to light,” Carano wrote.

“Hollywood says they support female representation & equal rights. Why then were my male co-stars permitted to speak without harassment & re-education courses or termination, but I was not afforded the same right to exercise my freedom of speech?” Carano wrote.

The lawsuit claims Carano was targeted for her political views, faced sex discrimination, and was treated differently from male co-stars.

“A short time ago in a galaxy not so far away, Defendants made it clear that only one orthodoxy in thought, speech, or action was acceptable in their empire, and that those who dared to question or failed to fully comply would not be tolerated,” the complaint read.

The complaint highlights Carano’s dissent from woke narratives, online harassment she endured, and her employers’ involvement in the harassment.

Carano’s lawsuit focuses on wrongful discharge, sex discrimination, and ideological punishment, rather than First Amendment violations.

“Even though ‘the Force is female,’ Defendants chose to target a woman while looking the other way when it came to men,” Carano’s attorneys wrote.

“But the rule of law still reigns over the Defendants’ empire,” the lawsuit read.

Carano was fired “because she didn’t align with Company values,” former Disney CEO Bob Chapek said.

“Defendants made it known they did not agree with or approve of Carano’s political views on the Covid lockdowns and vaccine mandates,” the complaint read.

“The purpose was clear, Carano had to ‘grow’ and ‘learn,’ and Defendants wanted to know ‘where her mindset is currently’ with regard to the controversy over pronouns. Until then, they were not going to allow her to speak to the media or include her in any promotions,” the complaint read.

“At no point did Defendants defend Carano, but rather they continued to express dismay that Carano’s political views did not match what they expected from their stars,” the complaint stated.

“Because history is edited, most people today don’t realize that to get to the point where Nazi soldiers could easily round up thousands of Jews, the government first made their own neighbors hate them simply for being Jews. How is that any different from hating someone for their political views?” Carano wrote.

“Defendants’ disparate treatment of Weathers further demonstrates their discrimination against Carano on the basis of her sex and/or political beliefs. Indeed, when he made the same generic statement, Weathers’ comments were interpreted to attack Republicans, so he was given a pass by Defendants,” the complaint read.

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