Former “Bachelorette” contestant Evan Bass is set to pay a very large sum in a “deceptive” advertising suit regarding erectile dysfunction ads put out by his men’s clinic.
According to court documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight and Us Weekly, the Attorney General of Tennessee filed a complaint against Bass, 36, to “protect consumers and the integrity of the commercial marketplace.”
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The documents allege that Tennessee Men’s Clinic “sold erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and other men’s sexual function treatments in Tennessee through multiple widely-disseminated, deceptive marketing campaigns” via advertising which “misrepresented the efficacy, suitability, cost, and administration by doctors of its sexual function treatments.”
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Furthermore, Bass is being accused of having “created and oversaw the deceptive advertising.”
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Bass, who met his wife Carly Waddell on the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise,” hasn’t admitted to contributing to the advertisements, but has agreed to by $150,000.