Colombian media personality Virginia Vallejo’s copyright infringement suit against the Netflix show “Narcos” is going forward—and it’s all thanks to a love scene with a gun.

Vallejo sued Netflix and its “Narcos” producing partners in August 2018, claiming the show misappropriated several scenes from her 2007 memoir, “Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar.” In one instance, the episode called “The Palace in Flames” reenacts the raid on Colombia’s Palace of Justice by the guerrilla group M-19.

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