November 16, 2012 10:00 AM by Donna W. Martin
According to The Huffington Post, Lewis became angry and decided to sue his assistant after discovering the title of a book she was writing. While Lewis knew Pulos was writing a book about her life, he didn’t realize he was going to be a key topic of conversation discussed within its pages. Jenni’s book is entitled, “What One of the World’s Most Difficult Bosses Taught Me About Life, Work and Love.”
Lewis filed a lawsuit Wednesday in L.A. Superior Court suing Pulos before the release of her book and claims the basis of the lawsuit is a breach of confidentiality. What confidentiality? Apparently, Jeff doesn’t realize we can all see how he treats Jenni and his other employees thanks to Bravo’s, Flipping Out. But it would appear there’s more off-camera action that we haven’t been able to see and maybe Jeff is afraid that Jenni is going to lay it all out for us, and when she does, it won’t paint a very positive picture of him.
A plug for Jenni’s book, on her website states, “I have advice for surviving any difficult situation, no matter if it is in the workplace, in relationships, or in life, I have learned how to fail my way forward and bloom where your planted and you can too!”
While we all know, Jeff is far from an easygoing boss to work for, could it be he’s not angry that she’s airing his dirty laundry so to speak, but that he isn’t being compensated for it? Maybe Jeff is just trying to get his piece of Jenni’s book deal. “I’m going to take advantage of the situation,” Lewis said in the season 6 premiere.
What do you think? Is Jeff Lewis justified in his lawsuit against Jenni Pulos? Or is he just trying to line his pockets? Post a comment below and let us know what you think.
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