Caroline Manzo has filed a lawsuit in opposition to Bravo and Peacock over an alleged sexual harassment incident that occurred in the course of the filming of ‘The Actual Housewives Final Women Journey.’
Manzo claims Brandi Glanville, greatest recognized for showing on the fact tv sequence ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ and ‘The Actual Housewives Final Women Journey,’ harassed her throughout manufacturing as they filmed in Morocco.
She can be suing different manufacturing corporations who had been concerned within the filming of the fact present.
The 62-year-old claims that Glanville made undesirable advances in the direction of her and kissed her with out her consent.
Caroline Manzo Accuses Brandi Glanville Of Sexual Assault
Based on the authorized paperwork, Glanville “proceeded to mount Manzo on the sofa holding Manzo down along with her physique, forcibly squeezed Manzo’s cheeks collectively and thrust her tongue in Manzo’s mouth, whereas humping her.”
This occasion brought on Manzo’s “dormant and horrific recollections” of her previous to resurface. For individuals who have no idea, the fact tv star was sexually assaulted when she was seven years previous.
The ‘Actual Housewives of New Jersey’ alum additionally claims Glanville “compelled her vagina” in opposition to her again.
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“Defendants, together with Bravo, commonly ply the ‘Actual Housewives’ solid with alcohol, trigger them to grow to be severely intoxicated, after which direct, encourage and/or enable them to sexually harass different solid members as a result of that’s good for rankings,” the lawsuit states.
“Caroline Manzo is a sufferer of these dangerous actions,” it continued.
Apparently sufficient, Manzo isn’t immediately going after Glanville. As an alternative, she is suing Bravo, Peacock, and different manufacturing and showrunners for allegedly encouraging the “sexually offensive and harassing content material.”
Manzo’s legal professional, Derek Smith, spoke to Page Six concerning the lawsuit, stating, “We’re outraged by Bravo, Peacock, and NBC’s conduct and sit up for having the problems determined by a jury. Sexual harassment ought to by no means be leisure!”
The ‘Actual Housewives of New Jersey’ alum is suing for “negligence, sexual harassment, intercourse/gender discrimination, sexual battery, and different causes of motion that she says violate state legal guidelines in California and New York,” per the docs.