Hunter declined to comment, but he told TheWrap in April that he felt betrayed by Allred when he learned that she had been representing him in his gender discrimination lawsuit against CBS Broadcasting at the same time she had negotiated a contract with a different arm of CBS, CBS Television Studios, for series based on her life.“Mr. Hunter has been threatening to sue our law firm for approximately one year in an attempt to get our law firm to pay him money which he is not entitled to,” Allred said in a written statement released earlier this year after Hunter revealed the California State Bar investigation.Hunter’s age and gender discrimination lawsuit accused CBS Broadcasting of allegedly passing him over for Los Angeles television weather reporting jobs and hiring young women reporters “cut from the same blond, attractive, buxom mold.”Allred’s TV deal with CBS Television Studios was made public by “Newsroom” writer/executive producer Deborah Schoeneman, who told reporters in September 2015 that she had a script deal with CBS Television Studios for an untitled legal drama series inspired by Allred’s life, with Allred as an executive producer.According to California legal ethical rules, attorneys are not supposed to pursue personal interests that conflict with their client’s interests unless they get approval from their client.Allred has worked on a slew of high-profile suits, including a a defamation case filed by “Apprentice” alum Summer Zervos, who claims President Donald Trump falsely branded her a liar after she accused him of grabbing her breast without her consent and unwanted aggressive kissing.
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