UPDATED 11/2, 9:50 a.m. ET: Shortly after the filing of the suit by Carole Baskin and her husband, which argued that the use of certain footage in the upcoming sequel series was “unauthorized,” Deadline reports that a federal judge has denied the couple’s temporary restraining order request.

While this doesn’t stop the suit itself, it does most likely mean that Netflix’s Tiger King 2 will indeed premiere on Nov. 17 as originally planned.

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Carole Baskin and her husband, Howard Baskin, are suing Netflix for using footage of them in the upcoming follow-up documentary series to Tiger King.

According to VarietyBaskin filed the suit against Netflix and Royal Goode Productions in Tampa, Florida on Monday, citing that the show is in breach of the Appearances Releases by using imagery from the Big Cat Rescue in trailers and sizzle reels.

“The Appearance Releases limited Royal Goode Productions’ right to use film footage of the Baskins to ‘a documentary motion picture.’ Throughout the Appearance Releases there is only reference to and mention of ‘the Picture.’ No mention is made of granting Royal Goode Production sequel rights, rights to create derivative works from ‘the Picture’ or additional seasons or episodes,” the lawsuit states. “By utilizing the film footage of the Baskins and Big Cat Rescue secured by Royal Goode Productions under the Appearance Releases in ‘sizzle reels’ and promotional trailers for the sequel entitled Tiger King 2, the Defendants are in breach of the terms of the Appearance Releases.”

Baskin and her husband are asking Netflix remove all footage and imagery of her from the new season. Baskin also voiced her disapproval for the first season of Tiger King in the court documents.

Tiger King 1 was particularly harsh and unfair in its depiction of the Baskins and Big Cat Rescue,” the lawsuit goes on to say. “The Tiger King 1 series wrongly attempted to suggest that Big Cat Rescue abused its animals by keeping them in very small cages while not making clear that the animals actually reside in expansive enclosures.”

Tiger King 2 is set to hit Netflix on Nov. 17. It appears Baskin plans to take this suit to court whether the footage of her is removed in time for the premiere or not.