A former production coordinator for MTV’s hit reality show The Hills has filed a lawsuit against the network.
Eliza Sproul reports a “dangerous” trip to Costa Rica with the cast that was full of drug use and sexual harassment in the lawsuit.
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Sproul claims that when the network planned to take the crew to Costa Rica, MTV failed to secure a work visa for all involved. Instead, the crew gotÂ tourist visas and had to rely on local help, such as a guy by the name of Andres, who is said to have made sexual advances and even pressured Sproul to go into the forrest and smoke marijuana with him.
The work conditions were less than desirable. Sproul worked long hours with no rest or meal breaks, and when she did get to sleep, she had to in the office. Salomon, another employee, reportedly showed off body parts in a “distressing” manner, with more sexual activity and drugs present, according to Sproul.
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After enduring the conditions, Sproul says sheÂ ”essentially broke down” and had to consult a local physician.
MTV has yet to comment. Go figure.
Read the rest of the complaint HERE.