The parents of Oscar Pistorius' murdered girlfriend are "horrified and upset" about an upcoming film from Reeva Steenkamp's own perspective on the events surrounding her death.
June and Barry Steenkamp say they have had nothing to do with the film Blade Runner Killer which attempts to tell the story of the deadly 2013 shooting in Pistorius' home.
The film reportedly heavily features the point of view of both June and Reeva, but the Steenkamp's say they had utterly no collaboration in the film, and did not even know it was being made.
"Any impression that is created that this is June's view, or that the movie is endorsed by the Steenkamp family, is untrue and incorrect," the Steenkamp's said in a statement.
The Steenkamp's said they are still mourning for their daughter.
A trailer for Blade Runner Killer was released on Monday, revealing clip of Pistorius shooting four shots into his locked bathroom door, seemingly believing the person inside was an intruder, not Reeva Steenkamp.
Pistorius is serving a six-year jail term for the murder of his girlfriend Steenkamp in his house in the early hours of Valentine's Day 2013.
He has always maintained he mistook her for an intruder.
Pistorius was the first double-amputee to race at Olympic level, in the 2012 London games.
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