New documents released by Wikileaks Thursday demonstrate an attempt by Sony to prevent the spread of herpes on film sets, according to Radar Online.
First obtained during last year’s Sony hack, a new cache of stolen documents has been published, mostly regarding legal and financial matters but also including a “secret document” that, if accurate, shows stars were asked to fill out questionnaires about their cold sores.
Per Radar, in order to be insured for a film shoot, numerous actors working on projects for the studio were required to fill out and sign a “Cold Sore Questionnaire” and were asked to “describe cold sore locations.”
The stars were then pressed to confess when the sore or sores first appeared, admit how long their cold sores generally last, reveal potential triggers, and disclose whether or not they had taken any medications to treat them.
Obviously, some actors refused to fill this out—including one “very well-known A-list actor,” which Radar says “triggered frantic emails between the studio, the insurance company, and his rep.”