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Peaky Blinders actor CUT IN THE FINALE?

Peaky Blinders actor CUT IN THE FINALE?

Paul Anderson Peaky Blinders actor forced to deny misconduct allegations after colleague complains

PEAKY BLINDER star Paul Anderson is facing an allegation about his behavior on set, raising concerns about his role in the saga’s big-screen conclusion.

The Arthur Shelby actor was the subject of a complaint from a coworker, prompting the hit BBC series’ producers to launch an internal investigation.

He vehemently denies any wrongdoing and is confident that any investigation will clear him.

“Paul has had an issue to deal with away from the set after a claim was made — which he completely denies,” a source said.

“Of course, it is being thoroughly investigated.

“Because the film is still in its early stages and shooting of scenes hasn’t begun yet, it would be possible to rewrite and amend the script and storyline to explain his absence if that became necessary.”

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Anderson, 44, has been one of the franchise’s most prominent figures, appearing in every episode alongside co-star Cillian Murphy, 46, who plays his on-screen brother, Tommy.

And it was expected that he would play a significant role in a forthcoming film, planned as a climax to the saga by creator Steven Knight.

However, according to production sources, the latest developments have cast a cloud over the final casting.

Award-winner Stephen Graham, 49, appeared in last year’s sixth and final series and is said to be working on the film with Cillian.

In addition, show creator Knight stated that he hoped to sign Line of Duty star Vicky McClure, 39.

“I know what’s going to happen in those stories, and it’s about a sort of untold story that happened in the Second World War, which Peakys are going to be involved in,” he said of the plotline.

A spokesman for the production declined to comment on Anderson’s involvement, but an insider added, “We wouldn’t discuss any individual, but it’s too early to say who will be in the movie at this stage.”

The BBC show, which featured the catchphrase “by order of The Peaky Blinders,” aired for six seasons beginning in September 2013.

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It was inspired by a gang that operated in Birmingham in the late 1800s.

In the series, Tommy Shelby, a World War One veteran, leads the infamous group, which is named after their practice of sewing razor blades into the peaks of their caps.