Found November 12, 2012 on Wrestlechat.net:
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TMZ reports that the mother of actress Ariel Winter (Modern Family), Chrystal Workman, was a handful on the set of WWE Studios’ The Chaperone, starring Triple H. Workman had her own director’s chair and would tell Winter what she was doing wrong after each take. Also, Workman would order around production assistants and gave her opinions during each scene to the writers and director. Winter was recently placed into custody of her older sister after Workman was accused of being physically and emotionally abusive toward the actress. FOLLOW US on TWITTER at Twitter.com/WrestleChatNet and LIKE US on FACEBOOK using key word "WrestleChat".
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