NEW YORK (Reuters) - A 40-year-old actress who sued the Internet Movie Database for posting her real age is selfish and is trying to perpetuate a fraud to make potential employers believe she is younger than she is, the website says in a motion to dismiss her lawsuit. The actress, who filed the suit last month under the name Jane Doe, is seeking $1 million (629,800 pounds) from IMDb and its owner, Amazon.com. Her attorneys said in the suit that youth is king in Hollywood and that exposing her true age could cost her movie and TV jobs. In a filing last week, the company fired back that the actress attempts to hide her true age amount to fraud, because she is trying to mislead studios and audiences. Her original filing fuelled a debate about ageism and privacy rights, and the aggressive response will only add to it. Truth and justice are philosophical pillars of this court, the motion reads.