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MADISON, Wis.

(AP) The producer of the popular Netflix show “Madson” has been fired for violating company policy and failing to live up to a written contract, a source familiar with the situation said Monday.

Matt Dillon, a production assistant for “Moms,” said in a statement that his termination came as a result of his failure to live and work up to his contract, which was signed last summer and required him to report to the company every three months.

The agreement states that if Dillon were to miss a period of three months, he would be fired and the company would take action against him, the source said.

Dillon said he is now working on his next project.

The show has aired on Netflix in the United States and Canada.

Netflix declined to comment.