Exactly a couple of months after the finale of The Real World: DC aired, the $5 million lawsuit filed by a woman who appeared on one of the show's episodes remains unsettled.
Golzar Amirmotazedi sued Viacom, MTV and Bunim/Murray Prods in early May for invasion of privacy, false light, disclosure of private facts and intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress.
She claims that she was taken to the Real World house in Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C. in September where she was given 8 to 10 alcoholic beverages. In the early hours of the morning, she was allegedly thrown out of the house after she refused to have sex with cast members Andrew and Josh. When the episode aired, she was reportedly portrayed as "crazy" and "weird" and she was labeled essentially as Andrew's stalker.
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