Married to Medicine star Mariah Huq is the latest Bravolebrity to sue the network -- she is alleging discrimination on set.
All About the Tea broke the news.
"An intellectual property and discrimination complaint has been filed by Mariah Huq and her attorney Bryan Freedman against NBC/Bravo/Fremantle and Purveyors of Pop," the outlet's video states.
Mariah Huq is the creator of Married To Medicine and says the network stole her show.
"This lawsuit was filed today [Jan 5th, 2021] as a result of the defendants stealing Mariah Huq's creation "Married to Medicine" and not paying her royalties, giving her proper credit for spinoffs etc and treating her with discriminatory practices. The complaint is 20 pages long and lays out a significant number of discriminatory practices by NBC/Bravo/Fremantle and Purveyors of Pop, against Mariah Huq," the video states.
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Like NeNe Leakes, Mariah says that Black Housewives and executive producers are treated differently compared to their white counterparts, Lisa Vanderpump and Whitney Sudler-Smith.