Do you have what it takes—to be America’s Next Top Lawsuit?
Angelea Preston is suing America’s Next Top Model, claiming she won the runway competition—only to be stripped of her title, shortly after the finale was taped, because of her past work as an escort.
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According to the lawsuit, Angelea had told producers about her past in confidence before she began filming the All-Star season in 2011. But the news quickly spread to the cast and crew alike, and it wasn’t until after the finale was taped and she was declared the winner that a casting director called her to question her.
Angelea insists she was a legal escort—and not a prostitute—but ANTM still says she broke her contract.
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By losing her title, Angelea alleges she lost out on a spread in Vogue and a CoverGirl deal—and she’s seeking at least $3 million in damages.
At that’s not all. TMZ also reports the lawsuit details the torture the women were put through on the reality show—which supposedly denied models food and water for 10 hours.