HOLLYWOOD, CA, April 29, 2014 ( – Sloane Brown, the star of E! reality television show Drama Queen, has endorsed an entirely different kind of drama. She has lent her voice to the campaign to make a $2.1 million true crime film about the life of abortionist and convicted serial killer Kermit Gosnell.

Gosnell, she said, is “America's most prolific serial killer.”

“Do you think this is strange, that you've never heard of him?” she asked, alluding to the dearth of national media coverage of Gosnell's sensational Philadelphia trial, which ended in him being sentenced to multiple life sentences for murder and infanticide.


“My friends Ann, Phelim, and Magda are going to end that. They're going to end this censorship,” Brown said.

Phelim McAleer, Ann McElhinney, and Magdalena Segeida have worked together on FrackNation and other documentaries but foresee their new film unfolding as a made-for-TV biopic similar to a CSI episode.

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In their public statements, they have likened Gosnell's “snipping” of an untold number of newborns to the crimes of Gary Ridgeway, John Wayne Gacey, The Zodiac Killer, and Ted Bundy.

Sloane joins former Hercules star Kevin Sorbo and his wife, Sam, as well as Nick Searcy of Justified in supporting their efforts to bring his life to the small screen.

After being banned from Kickstarter on the basis of what McAleer calls “outright lies,” the trio is fundraising on

As of this writing, the film has raised $1.51 million of its $2.1 million goal. 


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