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Friends began texting him about it, humiliating him, Goldenberg said.
The “princesses” bashed him for making them “uncomfortable” by “forcing [them] to look at a picture of his daughter,” the suit states.
An unlucky-in-love man on a mission for a soul mate claims he was humiliated when footage of him speed dating appeared on the reality show “Princesses: Long Island” without his consent, a new lawsuit claims. “The show has tarnished his previously stellar standing in the community and forced him to engage in numerous explanatory and rehabilitative efforts to address his tarnished reputation,” the lawsuit states.
The since-cancelled Bravo show — which centered on six spoiled Jewish girls in their 20s — created a fake story that portrayed Wayne Goldenberg, 42, as a pushy dad who forced women to look at photos of his daughter, according to the lawsuit. I felt violated, used,” Goldenberg, a chemist, told The Post. He’s now seeking at least 0,000 in damages, according to his lawyer James Ingoglia.
The new couple will then be whisked away on a romantic fantasy date.
Meanwhile, the remaining 29, plus one new woman, return during the next game.
, produced by Fremantle Media North America, is filmed in front of a studio audience and features a “Flirty 30” panel consisting of 30 good-looking single women.
Every week, the women meet several bachelors who try impress them with their looks, personality and sense of humor.
Shall we see what this leg of the race has in store? The start of the seventh leg begins at a Viennese castle that one belonged to composer Johan Strauss. Nicole & Travis get to leave at noon, which is a pretty nice head start.
While Nicky & Kim seem to figure out the secret of the date task by locating a secret table with the correct variety, the others soon catch on and soon they're off to the Al Bandar Marina. Jason & Amy turn up next, followed by Nicole and Travis and then Tim & Marie.