She may have just turned 101 years old but legendary actress Olivia de Havilland has filed a legal complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court last week. It stems from the new anthology drama television series created by Ryan Murphy called 'Feud', specifically dealing with the way she has been portrayed in the show.

What exactly is de Havilland's legal complaint?

Olivia de Havilland is specifically objecting to two points of contention with FX's 'Feud'. The first is that she objects to her likeness being included in the series without her consent by FX or Ryan Murphy.

The second is that she is unhappy with how the show has painted her as a Hollywood gossip, which is something the actress says that she had gone out of her way to avoid during her career.

Her legal complaint is suing the network and Ryan Murphy Productions for invasion of privacy, unjust enrichment, and infringement of common law right of publicity. In an April interview with the 'Hollywood Reporter', Murphy admitted to not contacting de Havilland about her involvement in the show, in part because he did not want to be "disrespectful." Olivia de Havilland is the only Hollywood star shown on 'Feud' who is still alive.

What is 'Feud?'

'Feud' is an anthology TV series that centers around famous historical feuds, with each season planning on featuring a different one.

The first eight-episode season, which ran from March 5th to April 23rd, centered on the clash that took place between actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during and after the production of the 1962 movie, 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" Susan Sarandon played Davis, while Jessica Lange played Crawford. Olivia de Havilland has a recurring role in the season as Davis's friend and is played by Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Ryan Murphy is the executive producer and creator of the show, which was inspired in part by a 1989 interview he did with Davis months before her death.

Olivia de Havilland's career

Olivia de Havilland is a legendary actress, who is one of the last stars alive from the Golden Age of Hollywood from the late 1920s until the early 1960s.

As an actress, she appeared in sixty different films, TV movie or TV series. Her career started with 'Alibi Ike' in 1935 and ended with 'The Woman He Love' in 1988.

She won two Academy Awards for best actress in a leading role. The first came in 1947 for 'To Each His Own' and the second was in 1950 for 'The Heiress.' She is also well known for playing Melanie Hamilton in 'Gone with the Wind' and Maid Marian in 'The Adventures of Robin Hood.'