The accusations have been many, and the reaction and fallout has been swift across the industry.
Besides someone really not paying attention in postproduction (or too much so), this suit is fueled partially by Nizewitz saying she was assured while filming on the controversial series that her privates would be kept private via digital blurring and strategic shooting.In fact, the filing says it took “further assurances” from the producers that the inappropriate areas would indeed be blurred for Nizewitz to agree to wrestle with her date on the beach.Nope, it’s because despite the show’s name, it wasn’t supposed to happen on the series that is actually more tease than triple XXX.Having been left unblurred in a beach scene on the freshman unscripted romance show’s July 31 episode, Nizewitz is taking VH1 owner Viacom — as well as producers Lighthearted Entertainment and Firelight Entertainment — to court for million. “The episode, as broadcast, shows Plaintiff’s wrestling takedown of her date, but Defendants did not blur out her vagina and anus, which were fully exposed to all viewers,” the 4-claim complaint says (read it here).She went on to tell the studio audience she has fake breasts and has laser hair removal downstairs.
However, attention quickly turned to contestant Mark's appearance, as Sheera pointed to him as the 'winner'.
“Plaintiff, who was watching the initial showing, was shocked, horrified, and outraged to observe this intrusion into her privacy to all to see.” ?
” Turns out that, like many an unscripted contestant in the past, Nizewitz thought the producers would do what they said they would in the agreement for her to be on the show.
''He's a grower, surely,' Sheera confidentially said as she looked the man up and down.
Mark admitted, 'When I go outside it will grow a couple of inches,' to which Sheera interrupted with a cheeky and flirtatious comment: 'I'll come with you!
But Kyle was left gobsmacked, and demanded: 'Why is your penis so small?