"American Horror Story" news update on the "Freak Show" stolen script shows that 20th Century Fox TV promises a backlash. But the question is, will Pepper's story be altered?
The 20th Century Fox TV released a statement to TMZ over the "Freak Show" stolen script saying, "The theft and unauthorized distribution of our scripts is a very serious matter and we will take all appropriate steps necessary to vigorously protect our intellectual property."
The "American Horror Story" news from TMZ revealed that the "Freak Show" stolen script that's being shopped around is a critical scene even if it's just one page. The website added that the stolen page involved Pepper the pinhead and it explains how she "ended up in the Briarcliff Manor during season 2, 'Asylum.'"
"The theft occurred on set during a filming last week in New Orleans. We're told one of the actors was reading a script and left some pages behind and someone pilfered them," it said, according to the "American Horror Story" news from TMZ.
Pepper has become one fo the favorites in the show and "American Horror Story" cast Naomi Grossman claimed that she gets more compliments on her looks now after playing the character.
In an interview with Salon magazine, "American Horror Story" cast Naomi Grossman said that she was never told she was pretty "until I played the ugliest person on TV.
"I kid, of course. My agent and manager were concerned about my decision to go bald. They feared I would look like Pepper. I was actually slightly insulted by that! It takes two makeup artists working feverishly for three hours for me to look like Pepper!" she quipped.
"American Horror Story" cast Naomi Grossman also said that she didn't really find the series scary when she was shooting her scenes. Unlike some people who were really freaked out by Twisty the Clown, played by John Caroll Lynch.
"One of our freaks brought her 8-year-old to the premiere, who couldn't handle Twisty. Which is odd, since she knows him personally. But I guess when they add music and cut it all together, they drastically increase the scare-factor," she added.