Conservatorships and Cash: The Hidden Struggles Behind ‘The Blind Side

Michael Lewis points fingers not at himself but the cinematic industry for potentially taking advantage of former NFL athlete Michael Oher, the main focus of his renowned book, “The Blind Side.” Lewis conveyed to The Washington Post that the profits from the movie adaptation were about $350,000 for both him and the Tuohy family. While the Tuohys intended to share their portion with Oher, he refused any money, hinting at possible legal action. Hence, they placed his royalties in a trust for Oher’s child.

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