Love could also be blind, nevertheless it’s not silly.
In keeping with courtroom paperwork obtained by E! Information, Jeremy Hartwell, who appeared as a contestant on the second season of Love is Blind, filed a lawsuit towards the hit Netflix show, the manufacturing firm Kinetic Content material and the casting firm Delirium TV, alleging that the solid was positioned in “inhumane” working circumstances through the filming of the show.
Within the lawsuit, which was filed July 13, Hartwell alleged that solid members had been solely frequently given “alcoholic beverages, mushy drinks, power drinks and mixers. Hydrating drinks similar to water had been strictly restricted to the solid through the day.”
“The mixture of sleep deprivation, isolation, lack of meals, and an extra of alcohol all both required,” the lawsuit reads, “enabled or inspired by defendants contributed to inhumane working circumstances and altered psychological state for the solid.”
Hartwell—who works as a director at a mortgage firm in Chicago—alleged within the swimsuit that cast members had their telephones taken away upon their arrival, leaving them “remoted” with no “capability to contact household, pals and different individuals outdoors of manufacturing.”