BALTIMORE (AP) — Michael Oher greeted fans but declined to talk to reporters at a book signing in Baltimore a week since suing to end his conservatorship.
The former NFL player whose life story became the Oscar-nominated movie “The Blind Side” talked carefully to fans who lined up to get a copy of his recently released memoir, telling some he couldn’t say much.
Oher filed a petition Aug. 14 in a Tennessee probate court accusing Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy of lying to him by having him sign papers making them his conservators rather than his adoptive parents nearly two decades ago.
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