Jo Jo Fletcher, right, was The Bachelorette during the 2016 season of the ABC reality show.A former producer who worked on that season has filed suit, alleging sexual harassment and wrongful termination, according to The Los Angeles Times.alleging sexual harassment. How could I possibly continue to do that, especially in my early 40s? “And then I realized what a commitment it was just to the [IVF] procedures.”“I thought, ‘I don’t think it is going to happen.’ It was the first moment — it was extraordinary — in my life where I thought, ‘Maybe I’m just not going to do this,’” she added.And that has really given me so much, as much as I give I get two-fold back,” she continued.Becky Steenhoek, who worked on both ABC reality dating shows from 2014 to 2016, filed a civil complaint Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court against the studio and other producers, the court confirmed.The suit alleges sexual harassment, sex discrimination and wrongful termination after she complained about her treatment. If you report it, you get retaliated against, you get fired because then you’re not a team player.With that cliffhanger, the stage was set for the Sex Reunion of the Year — and Starz knew it, judging by the promo it cut for “A.Malcolm,” which may as well end with onscreen text promising, “Yes, they will have sex.” is almost never incidental to the action, and in “A.
Cattrall “was dragging her feet all summer and cast and crew members had put their lives on hold to get ready to shoot the movie,” said one source.
With Claire and Jamie living on opposite ends of a two-century gap for the first time since the series’ premiere (give or take a season two flash-forward), the first five episodes of season three were a torturous seduction for fans who knew Claire and Jamie would eventually have to end up back in each other’s arms (and pants) but not precisely when or in what manner.
But the final moments of the fifth episode, “Freedom and Whiskey,” sent Claire hurtling back to 1765 Edinburgh, some 20 years after she and Jamie last parted (with some tearful goodbye sex, natch), and through the door of the print shop Jamie has been running under the alias Alexander Malcolm.
“Then when she made outrageous demands, the studio had enough and pulled the plug.
Her demand for them to buy her films in development and to give her a TV deal are what broke the camel’s back for them.”Rumors that Samantha (Cattrall), Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) were reuniting for a new film — which would follow 2008’s on Sept.