Magazine October 30, 2017, Issue

Sylvia Trench, et al. v. James Bond

Actor Daniel Craig poses at the Mexican premiere of “Spectre” in Mexico City, November 2, 2015. (Ginnette Riquelme/Reuters/File Photo)

IN THE MATTER OF:

Sylvia Trench

Tatiana Romanova

Honey Ryder

Pussy Galore

Kissy Suzuki

Dink

Tiffany Case

Chew Mee

Plenty O’Toole

Solitaire

Holly Goodhead

Octopussy

et al.

V.

James Bond

The above-named plaintiffs — and others to be included at a later date — allege that in separate instances the above-named defendant, James Bond, repeatedly made unwanted advances upon their persons, in locations including public areas, private hotel rooms, corporate-jet interiors, ski slopes, and hollowed-out volcano hideaways. Further, plaintiffs claim that defendant refused to accept their demurrals, would not take “No” for an answer, and in some instances used his considerable latitude vis-à-vis License to Kill etc. to coerce, intimidate, blackmail, and relentlessly pursue the plaintiffs

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