Leah McSweeney promises to reject all Bravo comparison offers

The reality reckoning is just around the corner, and Leah McSweeney doesn’t give in.

In Vanity Fairs In a bombshell report on all things Bravo, Leah made some serious allegations against the network. She also revealed that she had filed a discrimination complaint against her former employer Andy Cohen, Shed Media and several other senior executives. She claims they violated the Americans with Disabilities Act while filming Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.

Apparently Leah’s ADA complaint was just the beginning of her war on reality TV. Page Six She has revealed the details of her next move and is ready to take this to court.

Leah doesn’t give in

After the Vanity Fair article was published, the former Real Housewives of New York star posted on Instagram that she was “an advocate,” as if the article didn’t make that perfectly clear. A fan commented under the picture and showed his support. They wrote: “I miss you on RHONY. Read Vanity Fair. I wish you $$$ in the lawsuit. You deserve better from the producers of the antagonist @bravotv!”

Leah responded to the fan, writing, “Thank you, you appreciate it. I’m really looking forward to hearing statements :).”

Leah has signaled that this is just the beginning of her legal battle, and a source close to the former reality star confirmed that sentiment. They said they wanted to go “all the way” with their legal complaint.

“She wants to hold them accountable, but she also wants to move on,” the source claimed.

Leah may be ready to move on, but she’s not so desperate that she’ll take a paycheck from Bravo. The source said she will reject any settlement offers so she can take Bravo all the way to court. Supposedly there are “dirty details” that will come to light in court documents when Leah takes them to court.

“She doesn’t want any money from a settlement,” the source claimed. They added: “She wants a trial. she wants [Bravo execs] in front of a jury.”

The source said a lawsuit from Leah is imminent. So expect more on this saga as Leah’s lawyers are working overtime to bring Bravo down.

Tell us: What do you think about Leah’s allegations? Do you think she’ll have her day in court with Bravo?

Charles Jones

Charles Jones is a WSTNewsPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Charles Jones joined WSTNewsPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: charlesjones@wstnewspost.com.

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