My 600 Lb Life Season 6 star David Bolton is the second of the show’s cast members to file a lawsuit against production company Megalomedia. Starcasm has obtained exclusive details of the My 600 Lb Life new lawsuit, including Bolton’s claim that the show’s producers lied to him about paying for his medical bills; his allegations of staged and traumatic drama for reality TV purposes; and Bolton’s accusations regarding the lack of mental health care he says he needed, but did not receive.
Almost a week after it was filed, My 600 Lb Life production company Megalomedia has responded to the Bonner family lawsuit alleging that the company’s “gross negligence” led to LB Bonner’s suicide. Read on for the exclusive details, including the name of the Texas legal heavyweight who’ll be representing the company in court.
The Texas trial attorney representing LB Bonner’s family in its legal battle against the producers of My 600 Lb Life says to ‘expect’ more lawsuits soon — from others among the show’s extensive cast.
The family of My 600 Lb Life fan favorite LB Bonner, who committed suicide in 2018 during a battle against depression, is suing the show’s production company for what they say is the producers’ role in LB’s death. The My 600 Lb Life lawsuit alleges “gross negligence” on the part of Megalomedia, claiming the company backed out of several promises to LB, pressured him into filming when he was unprepared, and failed to provide him with mental health care after he began exhibiting worrisome signs.
It sure looks like the unthinkable is about to happen on Southern Charm Season 7. Thomas Ravenel and Kathryn Dennis, who’ve been in the tumultuous “off-again” phase of their relationship far longer than the baby-making “on-again” part, appear to be back together and angling for a return to the show.
The alleged federal Josh Duggar investigation took further unexpected turns yesterday. Thanks to new information from the agency in charge, we now know more about the weekend raid of Duggar property — but there’s still a great deal of uncertainty regarding just what the agents are investigating in the first place. And the biggest mystery is now exactly why federal authorities are so interested in Josh Duggar’s used car lot.
After a weekend filled with gossip and uncertainty about an alleged Duggar home raid, we’ve finally gotten confirmation that federal agents were at the family’s compound as part of an “ongoing criminal investigation.” However, the Duggars themselves have also offered a denial of the events, in which they appear to be splitting hairs about the definition of the word “raided.”
Despite a tidal wave of rumors, gossip, and supposed circumstantial evidence proving it, there appears to have been no Josh Duggar FBI raid this past weekend. But the real story is how the alleged raid went from Facebook gossip to blind item to accepted fact by plenty of Duggar detractors in just 48 hours.