Director Lynne Ramsay is being sued by producers of Jane Got A Gun, the film she quit a day before shooting began.
Court papers show the producers of Jane Got A Gun allege Ramsay, whose We Need to Talk About Kevin was shortlisted for the Palme d'Or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, was "repeatedly under the influence of alcohol, was abusive to members of the cast and crew, and was generally disruptive" on set.
They also allege she aimed a prop gun at a camera crew and delayed filming in an attempt to "extort a renegotiation" of her contract.
They also claim she was paid 90,000 dollars (£56,130) up front to direct the film with another 360,000 dollars (£224,000) given to her agents to be paid to her when she finished - a sum the producers allege she has not returned despite "multiple requests".
Her contract would also have given her a share of the film's proceeds, a bonus if it was nominated for an Academy Award and royalties from sales of the soundtrack album.
Ewan McGregor was eventually brought in to star with Natalie, who plays the wife of an injured outlaw, forced to defend her farm from his former gang after they attempt to murder him.