Entertainment TV Mischa Barton Ordered to Pay $200,000 Lawsuit for 'Cavalier' Breach of Contract Producers of Barton's film Promoted are claiming she delayed production by skipping out on work responsibilities By Ale Russian Published on August 22, 2016 02:40 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic Mischa Barton is facing a $200,000 payout for allegedly not following through on a work contract. According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Promoted writer/director Daniel Lief claimed Barton “ran off with [Lief’s] money” while starring in the project in 2014. According to the original filing, Lief claimed Barton’s decision to go on a European vacation during scheduled filming dates in March 2014 was a “cavalier” breach of contract and claimed the actress, now 30, was “unjustly enriched due to [her] unlawful behavior.” The papers detailed that Barton was given money upfront for the film and that her actions at the start of filming incurred expenses to Lief’s production company; though they reached a settlement at the time, she allegedly did not make good on that contract, either. At the time, Lief sought $557,900 in cumulative damages, and now a judge has ordered Barton to pay $200,000, plus interest, to Lief. Reps for Barton did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.