Two Nashville-area men have filed a class-action racial discrimination suit against the makers of the popular Bachelor and Bachelorette TV series. Noted Nashville civil rights attorney George Barrett is among those representing the men, who are both former college football players.
Of his audition to be on the show Claybrooks said, “I noticed that the guys in front of me — the white males in front of me — took maybe 45 minutes to an hour, but I went up it took me maybe 15, 20 minutes. They rushed me through. They made me do a 360-degree turn. Once I did that, my interview was over.”
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