Kyle Hunter, a local television weatherman, hired Allred to sue CBS for allegedly discriminating against him in favor of younger, attractive female meteorologists.
His lawsuit contends she didn’t notify him properly that she was working with CBS to produce a drama inspired by her life.
As Hunter’s attorney says, it’s a conflict of interest.
“As Allred negotiated in secret a TV deal for herself with CBS during the Hunter lawsuit, the malpractice in her handling of the case led to a near- seven-figure legal bill for Hunter, a sunk suit against CBS, and an impaired reputation for Hunter,” the lawsuit, which was filed in Los Angeles County Superior County, reads.
CBS won the lawsuit and ordered Hunter to pay attorney’s fees and costs of $800,000. It also damaged his reputation, it said in the court papers.
Hunter says she lied and claimed to have contacted witnesses.
“Allred sandbagged her client to serve her personal pecuniary interests, her penchant for public fame, and to protect the malfeasance of her media allies. Allred needs to spend less time in front of a TV camera, and more time in an ethics library,” the court paperwork reads. The lawsuit was filed by Robert Barnes, a California based attorney, who also contributes legal opinion pieces to LawNewz.com.
Allred is a wicked woman and ethics are never a part of her dealings.