Netflix’s “Love Is Blind” Season 2 Star Jeremy Hartwell Sues Netflix For Horrible Treatment

Jeremy Hartwell love is blind sues Netflix

Love Is Blind is currently battling a cast member who said he was treated horribly while on the show!

Season 2 Star Jeremy Hartwell is speaking out.

In a lawsuit filed against Netflix, production company Kinetic Content (which also makes “Married at First Sight”) and casting company Delirium TV on June 29, Hartwell details “inhumane working conditions” he allegedly experienced during his time on the show.

Jeremy alleged that the show depriving cast of food, water & sleep.

Netflix responded in a statement to TODAY: “Mr. Hartwell’s involvement in Season 2 of Love is Blind lasted less than one week. Unfortunately, for Mr. Hartwell, his journey ended early after he failed to develop a significant connection with any other participant. While we will not speculate as to his motives for filing the lawsuit, there is absolutely no merit to Mr. Hartwell’s allegations, and we will vigorously defend against his claims.”

Account to Today,

“These workers were effectively [paid] as little $7.14 per hour which is less than half of the applicable minimum wage rate of $15.00 per hour, less than one-third of the minimum overtime rate of $22.50 per hour, and less than one-fourth of the minimum double-time rate of $30.00 per hour pursuant to the applicable Los Angeles City and County minimum wage ordinances,” the lawsuit said. 

Allegations include failure to pay minimum wage and overtime; failure to provide meal periods, uninterrupted rest periods and wage statements; failure to pay wages promptly upon termination; and unfair business practices.

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