Mariah Huq is reportedly trying to drag Bravo to court over ‘Married To Medicine.’
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According to All About The Tea, the reality star filed a discrimination and intellectual property lawsuit against Bravo, its parent company NBC, as well as production entities Fremantle and Purveyors of Pop.
Within she alleges the listed stole her concept for the show without paying her royalties or crediting her come the time of spin-off editions of the franchise.
Huq argues in the paperwork: “the defendants acted illegally and unethically which includes but is not limited to – 1) unauthorized exploitation of “Married To Medicine” & Married To Medicine the Series, 2) Breach of Contract, 3) Breach of joint Venture Agreement, 4) breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, 5) failure to prevent retaliation and harassment.”
The move comes after Huq – whose presence on the show has polarized viewers – revealed she hadn’t received a contract for season 8 of the show.
She animatedly posed by her empty post box to illustrate her point.
Huq appears to be following in the footsteps of fellow polarizer Nene Leakes – and taking matters a step further.
For, the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ original made headlines for asking fans to both boycott and march against Bravo after alleging she was pushed out from the show.