LOS ANGELES (AP) -- An attorney wants Bridget Jones' diary. Allen Michel told a judge in Los Angeles on Friday that he wants Renee Zellweger to turn over her diary, give a deposition and provide any other documents to explain how she spent her time during a seven-week delay in the filming of 2005's "Cinderella Man" in Toronto. Zellweger's agents had negotiated a $3 million payment for the "Bridget Jones' Diary" star because of the delay, caused by Russell Crowe's dislocated shoulder. Michel represents an insurer that says it's already paid nearly $6 million for the delay, and wants to detail Zellweger's actions during that time. The insurer claims it shouldn't be liable for the money paid to Zellweger, who isn't named as a party to the lawsuit.
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