Q’orianka Kilcher of ‘Yellowstone” Charged With Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Q’orianka Kilcher, an entertainer who has showed up in “The New World” and “Yellowstone,” is having to deal with criminal penalties for supposedly gathering handicap helps despite the fact that she had the option to work.

Kilcher has been accused of two crime counts of laborers’ remuneration misrepresentation. She supposedly gathered $96,838 in benefits subsequent to harming her neck and shoulder during recording of “Dora and the Lost City of Gold.”

In any case, specialists from the California Department of Insurance observed that she was sufficiently sound to chip away at “Yellowstone” the next year, during a period that she guaranteed she was crippled, as per a news discharge gave by the division on Monday.

The office reported the charges Monday, however Kilcher was summoned and argued not blameworthy on May 27. In an explanation to Variety, her lawyer denied the charges and said that Kilcher “never purposefully acknowledged benefits that she didn’t really accept that she was qualified for.”

“In that capacity, Ms. Kilcher will energetically guard herself and requests that she be managed the cost of the assumption from guiltlessness both in and outside the town hall,” said the lawyer, Michael Becker.

Q’orianka Kilcher is most popular for her depiction of Pocahontas in “The New World,” the 2005 movie coordinated by Terrence Malick. She likewise showed up in the lead spot of “Princess Kaiulani,” a 2009 film about the colonization of Hawaii; and played Kawillaka, an Inca princess, in the 2019 “Dora” film. She showed up in four episodes of “Yellowstone” during season three, which broadcasted in 2020.

Kilcher purportedly hurt her neck and right shoulder while recording the “Dora” film in October 2018. Her lawyer said she was a traveler in a creation vehicle when the injury happened.

As per the Department of Insurance, she went to a specialist a couple of times subsequently, yet quit seeking treatment and didn’t answer a request from her manager’s insurance agency.

Kilcher connected with the back up plan to look for treatment a year after the fact, in October 2019, as per the office. She purportedly let the specialist know who dealt with her case that her neck torment had become so extreme that she had been compelled to turn down positions, and that she had not labored for a year. She immediately started to get transitory absolute inability benefits, the division expressed.

Examiners later surveyed wage explanations and found that Kilcher had chipped away at “Yellowstone” from July 2019 to October 2019 — not long prior to looking for treatment. That occupation had finished only five days before Kilcher started gathering benefits, as indicated by the division. The specialist later said that he couldn’t have ever supported the installments had he known about her new work history, the office affirmed.

Kilcher’s lawyer rejected that she had at any point been dishonest.

“Outsider specialists confirmed her physical issue and qualification to benefits,” Becker said in the articulation. “Ms. Kilcher was consistently genuine with her primary care physicians and treatment suppliers.”

The lawyer said that she likewise gave customary updates to her case manager at the Division of Workers’ Compensation.
Christopher Hartman, an investigator with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, is taking care of the case. Kilcher’s next planned trial is Aug. 7.

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