Asko Akopyan is a Hollywood Jackass

Asko Akopyan is a Hollywood Jackass

THE DIRTY ARMY:  Nik, You know how people in Hollywood say that they take a stand against bullying and other crap? Well, Asko Akopyan BANNED me from the premiere of his crappy film that I had invested my own money into all because I became victimized by bullying! Not having the back bone to tell me himself, he got one of the other executive producers to tell me that he didn’t want me there. I became a victim of a psychotic stalker online and this person harassed the cast and crew of the film that Asko Akopyan was the EP for.

Not only did I get banned from the premiere, but Asko Akopyan and the other executive producers decided that they wanted to talk trash about me to the cast and crew! This caused them not to want to associate with me and some even told me to never contact them nor come near them ever again. I wasted $2500 on this pricks sh*tty film that was a flop from the very beginning. $2500 down the drain and this prick doesn’t want to apologize nor give me back my money!

He got me blacklisted with the cast and crew of that film when I didn’t even do anything but waste my hard earned money on his film! Not only that, but I WAS THE ONE who hooked them up with an awesome music composer who helped them with original music! Yet, this prick and the rest of his low IQ hypocrite executive producers banned from the premiere of a film that I helped make and he got me blacklisted!

I DEMAND AN APOLOGY AND A FULL REFUND OF MY MONEY!!! I hope that he does file a lawsuit against me for posting this about him, because I’ll countersue his punk ass and I’ll even go after all the other executive producers! Nik, this is how people in Hollywood really treat people who are victims of bullying!

Why don’t you just sue him first? Play offense instead of defense.- nik

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  1. MattFebruary 26, 2018 at 7:03 PM

    This post is libelous and not factual. Mr. Akopyan had absolutely nothing to do with Mr. Stadtmuller’s claims regarding his experience with the film, “Live Nude Girls.”

    Mr. Stadtmuller purchased a $2500 Indiegogo perk to shoot a scene opposite a particular actress. The day before shooting that scene, the actress saw his name on the call sheet and informed us that she had a restraining order against him. Rather than break our deal with him, we offered him a new scene with a different actress. He approved to this at the time of the production. He paid to be in a movie and he was in it. His scene made the final cut of the film and his name was in the credits. We honored our agreement.

    When it came time for the premiere of the movie, we were torn about letting him come. We figured if the actress decided not to attend, we would allow him to be there. Unfortunately for him, she came and she requested that he not be in attendance.

    Tristian, you weren’t blacklisted. We’re sorry that you say the film is a “flop.” We’d like to make you aware that the film was internationally released and landed on the New York Times Movie Pulse list for 12 consecutive weeks, topping it for 3 weeks.

    The cast and crew has nothing against you. We wish you the best of luck with your future endeavors and would love to persuade you to take this post down. If you would like to talk to Asko or any of the producers you dealt with, please inform us and so we can work it out.

  2. GoodFebruary 8, 2018 at 11:33 AM

    $2,500 lmao that’s all. What the F*k was that 2500 investment gonna make u $5? Lmfaooo

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