Former “Black Ink Crew” cast member Alexandra Estevez has filed a massive lawsuit against producers behind the popular VH1 reality series. The tattoo shop’s ex-receptionist claims Big Fish Entertainment and New Pop Culture Productions gave her a “date rape drug” during filming for a 2012 episode then “edited show footage to make her look as slutty as possible.”
If you are a fan of the show then you may recall the episode, titled “Mixxxy Madness.” Alex appeared extremely intoxicated and threw herself on shop owner Caesar, causing his girlfriend Dutchess to go berserk.
In the lawsuit, the tatted beauty said “someone connected with production handed her a drink that contained a date rape drug and it completely messed her up.” She added she could “barely remembers a thing, including hitting on the owner.”
According to TMZ, she quit the show in June due to embarrassment. Now, she’s suing for battery and asking for a minimum of $1,000,000.
Alex’s history of lying and getting drunk on the show makes her story sound a little fuzzy. Plus, we’ve yet to hear about any medical records with drugs found in her system. Do you believe she was roofied? Weigh in with your thoughts below.
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