Top News
Here's how wood, charcoal and gas affect your food when grilling  ||   Ayesha Curry: Rockets fan 'bumped me' in 'pregnant belly' after Game 5  ||   Spring cleaning: five steps to boost your savings heading into the warmer months  ||   North Korea defector: 'It's pretty foolish to think' Kim Jong Un would get rid of nukes  ||   Get ready for an 'Incredible Summer' at Walt Disney World  ||   900 soldiers place 243k flags at Arlington National Cemetery ahead of Memorial Day  ||   Indiana school shooting injures student, teacher; suspected shooter detained  ||   Kevin Harvick on fire heading into Coca-Cola 600  ||   Six more women join suit alleging misconduct by USC gynecologist George Tyndall  ||   Donald Trump to sign measures to help terminal patients, veterans  ||   Donald Trump to sign measures to help terminal patients, veterans  ||   Ayesha Curry: Rockets fan 'bumped me' in 'pregnant belly' after Game 5  ||   Noblesville shooting latest updates: Injured teacher identified, student detained  ||   BJP to launch 15-day programme to mark fourth anniversary of Narendra Modi government  ||   Gunman wore protective gear, fired at 'random' before killed by 2 armed men, police say  ||   Army orders court of inquiry against Major Leetul Gogoi  ||   PM Modi to travel in open jeep on Delhi-Meerut Expressway, inaugurate Rs 11,000 crore Eastern Peripheral Expressway  ||   Putin says will step down as president after term expires in 2024  ||   900 soldiers place 243k flags at Arlington National Cemetery ahead of Memorial Day  ||   Soldiers place flags at Arlington National Cemetery  ||            

MTV suspends 'Catfish' amid sexual misconduct investigation into host Nev Schulman  1 Week ago

Source:   USA Today  

“We take these allegations very seriously," the statement read. "We’re working with Critical Content, our third-party production company, to conduct a thorough investigation and we’ve put a pause on shooting until the investigation is completed.”

The allegations came to light in two Youtube videos uploaded earlier this week by Ayissha Morgan, who previously appeared on the show three years ago. In the videos, titled "The TRUTH about the show" she outlined her experience, alleging "Jack" (a label she gave to the show's "main person") made several inappropriate, sexual comments.

Schulman denied the allegations in an emailed statement to USA TODAY Thursday.

“The behavior described in this video did not happen and I’m fortunate that there are a number of former colleagues who were present during this time period who are willing to speak up with the truth," he said. "I have always been transparent about my life and would always take responsibility for my actions — but these claims are false.”

Schulman, 33, also serves as an executive producer on the show. He is married to Laura Perlongo. They share a daughter, Cleo James.

 

More News
About Us Terms & Conditions Disclaimer
Advertise Contact
register and win

NRIS.COM is one of the premier NRI website that provides a range of resourceful services to Indian expats residing in the USA. Visiting the site you will find comprehensive information related to restaurants, casinos, pubs, temples, carpool, movies, education, real estate, and forums. The simple and easy to navigate format allows NRIs to gain information within a fraction of a second. Moreover, advertising through its column of Indian free classifieds in USA allow businesses to improve visibility of their brand.

AZ NRI's Chat (0 Users Online)