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Evan Bass, Bachelor in Paradise

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Evan Bass You are ordered to pay a large amount of money for "deceptive" ads.

the Bachelor in Paradise star who met the wife Carly waddell In the series of appointments, he specializes in erectile dysfunction in Tennessee. According to the documents obtained by E! News, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III has filed a complaint against Bass and his men's clinic on or to "protect consumers and the integrity of the commercial market" in the state.

"This lawsuit is based exclusively on the business, commercial or commercial activities of the Defendants, and is not a responsibility for medical care or an action for personal injury," the documentation notes, adding that Bass and his clinic received "at least 10 days "notice of the intention of the State to" initiate legal proceedings against them ".

It is alleged in the documents that Bass and his clinic "sold erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and other treatments of men's sexual function" in the state of Tennessee "through multiple deceptive and widely disseminated marketing campaigns."

It is also claimed that Bass had the "authority" to "control" the "deceptive" ads, and that he was aware or should have been aware of them.

The documents continue to list all the "misleading" statements made by the clinic in their advertisements, stating that the clinic "repeatedly stated" in television, radio and print ads that "could resolve or correct erectile dysfunction even after just one visit" although this "was not the case".

MY! News has also obtained the final agreed judgment and the permanent court order for the case.

According to these documents, "a monetary judgment of $ 150,000 is recorded jointly and severally against the Defendants."

The documents show Bass's signature, which means he read and acknowledged the terms of the sentence and accepts "each and every one of the terms" in the documents.

Bass has not yet publicly commented on legal proceedings.

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