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Bravo faces a lawsuit from Caroline Manzo alleging sexual harassment by Brandi Glanville on ‘Real Housewives.’

Caroline Manzo, a former cast member of “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” is pursuing legal action against Bravo and the producers of “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip,” alleging sexual harassment by co-star Brandi Glanville. The lawsuit, filed in New York State Supreme Court, asserts that Glanville engaged in sexual assault and harassment during the filming of the show in Morocco in January 2023. Manzo accuses the producers of knowingly hiring Glanville despite being aware of her alleged inappropriate behavior.

The legal filing outlines instances where Glanville kissed Manzo without her consent, leading to discomfort during the filming. The situation escalated when Glanville allegedly mounted Manzo on a couch, forcibly kissing and engaging in inappropriate behavior. Manzo, who claims to have experienced sexual assault as a child, contends that Glanville’s actions triggered traumatic memories.

Despite Manzo expressing distress, the lawsuit argues that filming continued, prioritizing the show’s production over her emotional well-being. Manzo reported the incidents to producers and received support from co-star Alex McCord, a former reality TV psychologist. The lawsuit criticizes the network for placing the show’s continuation ahead of Manzo’s safety.

The cast of “Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip” included other notable personalities such as Vicki Gunvalson, Gretchen Rossi, Eva Marcille, Phaedra Parks, and Camille Grammer Meyer. The Morocco season has yet to be aired. Manzo’s attorney emphasizes that the case highlights the detrimental impact of reality TV on the emotional and physical well-being of its participants and calls for an end to such practices.

Bravo, Warner Bros. Entertainment, and NBCUniversal Media are listed as defendants in the lawsuit. Manzo’s attorney expresses outrage at their conduct and anticipates resolving the issues through legal proceedings, emphasizing that “sexual harassment should never be entertainment.”


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