Longtime Bachelor host, Chris Harrison may be getting ready to hand The Bachelor franchise a bombshell legal filing rather than a rose.
According to Page Six, Harrison has retained power attorney Bryan Freedman, the same lawyer who represented Gabrielle Union in her recent dispute with “America’s Got Talent” at NBC, the outlet exclusively learned.
So why would Harrison need such a high-profile lawyer?
So far it’s unclear what, if any, legal actions are being explored. But a friend of Harrison’s told us on Friday of the move: “Chris has had a spotless record for 20 years … He has always been the good company man, but, after the way he’s been treated by producers and executives over the past couple of weeks, he’s run out of cheeks to turn.”
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