Rhona Mitra, star of the TV show "The Practice," had a lawsuit filed against her recently, resulting from an accident in which she allegedly hit a motorcycle with her SUV.
According to court documents filed in L.A. Superior Court that were obtained by TMZ, Mitra was driving her 2002 Mercedes Benz G500 in Venice, California, in March, when she hit a motorcycle a woman was driving.
The victim alleges she was seriously injured from the accident and wants Mitra to pay for the damages she caused, TMZ reported. The motorcyclist is requesting the courts compel Mitra to pay more than $25,000 for pain and suffering, in addition to repairs to the woman's bike.
Mitra's representatives told TMZ that the TV show star and police officers believe she is not responsible for the accident and will let insurance companies handle everything between the two parties.
Mitra was born in London, England, and has been in more than 30 TV shows and films, according to IMDB. She was featured in the 2007 film "Shooter," Jim Carrey's "The Number 23" and the TV show "Boston Legal."