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From the NY Daily News:

Chris Rock is having a bad “Hair” day.

A Los Angeles woman is suing the Brooklyn-bred comic for $5 million, claiming Rock stole her concept for his upcoming documentary, “Good Hair,” reports

Opening Friday, “Good Hair” features such celebrities as rappers Ice-T and Eve, actress Kerry Washington and the Rev. Al Sharpton talking about African-American hairstyles.

In the suit, filed this week in L.A., Regina Kimball stated that she showed her 2005 documentary, “My Nappy Roots: A Journey Through Black Hair-itage,” to Rock on the set of his “Everyone Hates Chris” sitcom two years ago.

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