Midnight Rider, the ill-fated biopic about Gregg Allman, was derailed by a shooting mishap on a rural Georgia railroad bridge when a train plowed into a metal bed that had been placed on the tracks for a scene in the film early in 2014, killing one crew member and injuring others. The incident led to involuntary manslaughter and tresspass charges against the film makers (story). Director Randall Miller entered a guilty plea on Monday (3/9), effectively ending any further prosecution of his wife and business partner, Jody Savin. Miller was sentenced to spend two years in jail, eight years on probation and pay a $20,000 fine. After the charges were filed, Allman put an end to the film project.