SPEED DATER HUMILIATED BY REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA
Bravo and their one of many Real Housewives sued by ticked off businessman.
George Page, CEO of social networking site GotADemo, is suing Bravo and NBC, claiming they showed an "unflattering portrayal" of him at a speed dating night in Real Housewives of Atlanta after promising to edit him out.
In a complaint filed in Cook County Court, Chicago, Page says Bravo and NBC filmed him during a speed dating session with housewife Sheree Whitfield.
The suit alleges the defendants asked him to sign a document giving his consent to be filmed aka a 'realease form" but did not sign it, and nor did he OK being filmed.
Regardless, Page claims, footage of him at the speed dating in Atlanta, was aired in the ep "Mummies, Mommies, and Baby Mommas" aired in August.
Page says he has suffered from "embarrassment and humiliation," and that friends, family, co-workers and strangers have made fun of him since the episode was broadcast.
The suit seeks punitive damages for negligent infliction of emotional stress and violations of the Rights of Publicity Act.