Amy Childs ordered to stop filming in US
Amy Childs has been ordered by police to stop filming her reality TV show 'It's All About Amy' in America because the crew didn't have a permit to shoot.
Amy Childs has been ordered by police to stop filming her reality TV show in America.
The former 'The Only Way Is Essex' star - who quit the ITV2 show to concentrate on her own TV career - was in Hollywood for some high-profile auditions and wanted to capture her moves for her new Channel 5 show 'It's All About Amy'.
However, her camera crew were told to stop filming by officers because they did not have a permit to shoot.
During her trip to the US, Amy, 21, had lined up a vital meeting at the Los Angeles Creative Artists Agency - which has guided the careers of Hollywood stars Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and Sandra Bullock - in the hope of launching her brand Stateside.
An insider told the Daily Star newspaper: "Amy is so nervous but she knows that she has what it takes to be very big."
The Los Angeles trip could have been part of the flame-haired star's plan to increase viewing figures on the Channel 5 show, after 'It's All About Amy' debuted with just over 500,000 viewers.
She recently said: "Over half a million people tuned in! I'm really pleased. I know some TV critics will say it's not many, but most reality shows pick up as they go on. We'll see!
"I got lots of lovely tweets, too. I had a few bad ones, but you expect it. I was even a trending topic!"