Posted on Sun Oct 17, 2010 12:37 PM PDT
Beverly McClendon is filing a complaint against Tyra Banks, Warner Bros. Entertainment and executive producers of The Tyra Show for $3 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Why?
She claims that the show's producer's broke George state labor laws by not alerting her that her daughter, Jewel Ciera Washington (a 15-year-old), was to be a scheduled guest on the program.
Jewel has responded to an open call on Tyra's websites for self-proclaimed "sex addicts" in October 2009. She was selected as a guest and flew solo to New York.
"This show undoubtedly was watched by sexual deviants, perverts and pedophiles alike," claims McClendon. The angry mom also wants any future repeats of the particular episode banned.
No comment from Warner Bros. so far...
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