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What is one of the reasons Deborah Curling decided to sue Bob Barker?”

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What is one of the reasons Deborah Curling decided to sue Bob Barker?”

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A judge on Friday threw out a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by a former “The Price is Right” employee against CBS and former host Bob Barker. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Malcolm Mackey dismissed the case after finding there were no issues for a trial to resolve, attorneys handling the case said. Deborah Curling sued Barker and the network in October 2007, alleging she was improperly fired from the show and forced to endure a hostile work environment. Several claims against Barker were thrown out last year, leaving only a “hostile work environment” allegation against the show’s longtime host. Curling claimed she was dismissed because she testified in a former co-worker’s wrongful termination case. She also accused Barker of making racist and anti-Semitic jokes, but Mackey determined she hadn’t proven that claim.

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Deborah Curling Files Lawsuit Against Bob Barker A former employee of the Price is Right, Deborah Curling, filed a wrongful termination lawsuit Thursday against retired host Bob Barker, CBS, and FremantleMedia North America. Deborah Curling claims that she was forced to quit her long time job after she chose to testify on behalf of an ex-colleague who was suing Barker. Curling’s complaint, which was filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court, accuses Bob Barker of making it his life mission to destroy the livelihood of any person who contradicted him or did not do what Barker ordered to be done; whether Barker’s request was legal or not, it should still be done says Debora Curling. CBS, was very much aware of Bob Barker’s value to their network; therefore, according to Curling, “they [CBS] did absolutely nothing” to stop Barker’s behavior and ridiculous requests. CBS even went as far as paying Barker’s legal fees, according to the most current lawsuit. FremantleMedia was “fully aware of…B

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Deborah Curling sued Barker and the network in October 2007, alleging she was improperly fired from the show and forced to endure a hostile work environment. Several claims against Barker were thrown out last year, leaving only a “hostile work environment” allegation against the show’s longtime host. Curling claimed she was dismissed because she testified in a former co-worker’s wrongful termination case. She also accused Barker of making racist and anti-Semitic jokes, but Mackey determined she hadn’t proven that claim. Curling’s attorney, Nick Alden, vowed to appeal the ruling. He said he didn’t receive necessary information from CBS or other attorneys so he could properly argue why the case should be allowed to continue.

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