Batgirl is continuing to be a pain for Warner Bros. Not only was the Leslie Grace-led, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah-directed movie cancelled, but now, an extra who was involved in an on-set motorcycle accident is now suing the studio for injuries sustained during the incident, via Screen Rant. Keep reading to find out more… In a report for The Sun, Cristina Stanovici shared the gruesome details of her injuries during the shoot, including allegedly being left for nearly an hour without proper medical help, and the healing process that took three days in the ICU and 17 months, from which she still feels pain. “To hear the anesthesiologist say ‘we had our fingers crossed for you’ really sends a chill down your spine.
The surgeon told me it was one of the worst cases he has seen in his eight years at the hospital,” the extra said. “They had a motorcycle with cameras on top of it that was filming.
It hit me from the right side and I went flying in the air. I started screaming to get the attention of the paramedics as I remembered seeing an ambulance on site in the previous days.
I lay there for almost an hour while they checked me and stabilized me. Unfortunately, I didn’t lose my consciousness. The memory will forever traumatize me.Read more on justjared.com