ABC’s “Bachelor” Sued for Discrimination

ABC's "Bachelor" Sued for DiscriminationIt has come to the attention of the public that the famous show “The Bachelor” discriminated against two African American men. The two men have filed a lawsuit against the show for being put off to the side of auditioning. The men believe this was done because of the color of their skin.

ABC, Next Entertainment, NZK Productions and creator Mike Fleiss, will all be named in the lawsuit. While one might point out that there has never been a bachelor or bachelorette of color, maybe after this public motion that will change.

Christopher Johnson, an aspiring NFL player, arrived for the audition process and claims a producer asked him “what are you doing here?” and a similar situation arose for Nathaniel Claybrooks. Both gentlemen appear to be from Nashville, TN.

This reported incident took place last year but the show goes on. The show has had around 20 seasons and it is reported that never once, was a person of color on the show.
Sounds like trouble for the above named folks.


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