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Michael Oher, The Blind Side Subject, Sues ‘Adoptive Parents’ for Profiting Off His Story

Michael Oher, the former NFL star who was the subject of the Oscar-winning film The Blind Side, is in a legal feud with his “adoptive parents,” Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy.


Oher, 37, alleges in a court filing that he was never actually adopted by the Tuohys, but instead was placed in a conservatorship under their control. He claims that the Tuohys misled him into believing that the conservatorship was a form of adoption, and that they have since profited from his story without his consent.

The Tuohys have denied Oher’s allegations, and their attorney, Steven Singer, has said that they “have always been upfront” with Oher about the nature of the conservatorship. Singer has also said that the Tuohys are willing to terminate the conservatorship if Oher wishes.

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The legal battle between Oher and the Tuohys is the latest chapter in a complicated relationship that has been the subject of much public scrutiny. The Tuohys were hailed as heroes when they took Oher in as a teenager and helped him to overcome a difficult childhood. However, Oher has since expressed mixed feelings about the Tuohys, and he has said that he felt like he was “under a microscope” while living with them.

The outcome of the legal battle between Oher and the Tuohys is still uncertain. However, the case has raised important questions about the ethics of exploiting the stories of others for personal gain. It has also highlighted the challenges that former foster children face in achieving financial independence and self-determination.

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