Dismissed dating show

Last fall, the defendants did admit an editing error led to the one-second “inadvertent” exposure of the 28-year-old’s vagina and anus to viewers during the July 31 broadcast of the racy series’ third episode.

However, they also said agreements with Nizewitz made before filming started rendered the mistake essentially a non-event — despite her insistence she had verbal assurances that everything in a beach-wrestling scene would be blurred out. Nizewitz signed expressly disdain reliance on any oral representations and otherwise preclude the existence of an oral contract since they provide that modifications may only be made in writing, signed by both parties,” said the defendants’ filing.

Bill Cosby returns to court Tuesday in Pennsylvania for what is expected to be a two-day hearing in the accused comedian's latest attempt to get sexual assault charges against him dismissed.

You can even re-watch some of these dating programs on Netflix!

In a hearing Wednesday, Judge Anil Singh not only dispensed with the August 19, 2014 filed complaint but put all legal fees on the plaintiff.

In October, Viacom plus Lighthearted Entertainment and Firelight Entertainment moved to have the case dismissed, claiming Nizewitz violated her contract by suing.

to court for some big bucks for showing too much of her skin, the reality show contestant’s case has been left in its own birthday suit.

A New York State Supreme Court judge has granted the defendants’ motion for dismissal against the former model (read it here).


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