Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss left the popular reality franchise after investigating racial discrimination…after producers claim he ‘slammed’ suggestions from a variety of actors
- Fleiss announced he was leaving The Bachelor on Thursday
- However, he was investigated for “criticism” in attempts to add various categories
- He would have no influence but would still be credited for keeping the series going
Mike Fleiss, creator of the long-running reality series The Bachelor, has reportedly announced his departure from the series shortly after he was investigated over allegations of racial discrimination.
Although the 58-year-old producer considered leaving as his choice and seemed optimistic about the move, sources said. diverse An investigation was launched into his behavior after several employees who worked on shows in the franchise complained about his behaviour.
Sources said the producers accused him of “bullying” behavior behind the scenes of the show, and said he shot down their suggestions for more racial diversity in the usually lily-white cast.
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