Franks a Thug POS and does a shitty job trying to emulate Wes
CJ, Frank, and Zach pretending to be hard thugs was comical. Frank talking about how nobody would want to fight him "on the streets" had to have been scary for vegas.
According to Viacom's papers, "In addition to failing to avail herself of VMN's policies and complaint procedures, Plaintiff failed to avoid the injuries of which she complains. For example, while she was a contestant on The Ruins, Plaintiff was frequently intoxicated (to an extent far greater than other contestants), rowdy, combative, flirtatious and on multiple occasions intentionally exposed her bare breasts and genitalia to other contestants."
To counter charges that Viacom had encouraged sexual abuse on a reality show, it brought forth affirmative defenses including Cooley's assumption of risk, consent, a waiver, a release and the argument that there were legitimate business reasons for sending her home -- that she was removed from the show because "she violently struck another contestant."
In her lawsuit, Cooley said that her slap of another participant "was far less offensive than the sexual battery" she endured from contestants who weren't likewise sent home. She believed it to be a retaliatory move.
But there won't be a trial to determine who was right and who was wrong. The parties have informed the judge that the dispute has been resolved and have asked for a stay for time to effectuate the resolution.
Details of the settlement have not been made public. Viacom has declined comment.