Contestant says all’s not honest in ‘Love Is Blind’

A contestant on the second season of Netflix’s “Love Is Blind” actuality sequence is accusing the present’s producers of being blind to labor legal guidelines and employee security.

A lawsuit filed by Jeremy Hartwell in California Superior Court docket in Los Angeles, alleges the producers compelled solid members to drink alcohol and disadvantaged them of meals, water and out of doors contacts, all whereas paying charges that had been beneath Los Angeles County’s minimal wage and misclassifying them as contractors as a substitute of full-time employees underneath state legislation, in accordance with Selection journal.

The swimsuit names as defendants Netflix, manufacturing firm Kinetic Content material and Kinetic’s casting firm, Delirium TV, all of which didn’t touch upon the allegations.

Producers of the present “deliberately underpaid the solid members, disadvantaged them of meals, water and sleep, plied them with booze and lower off their entry to private contacts and many of the exterior world. This made solid members hungry for social connections and altered their feelings and decision-making,” Mr. Hartwell’s lawyer instructed Selection.

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