My 600 LB Life: The Legal Battle of My 600 Lb Life producers of “gross negligence” is still on. And now the first legal response by the Megalomedia Lawsuit is out. The producer is accused of the death of everyone’s favorite LB Bonner. Megalomedia’s legal team counters the Bonner family’s Lawsuit by categorically denying each of the family’s claims. However, the production company has apparently accused Bonner of not taking good care of his health. Moreover, the company has stated that the reason behind the 2018 suicide was his negligence towards his health.
My 600 Lb Life producers Are Accused Of The Death Of LB Bonner
The initial Megalomedia Lawsuit was filed back in January. LB Bonner’s family, mother Karen, father James, and sister Tera Ann did the same. They are claiming that the producers have ignored LB’s texts. Moreover, he even asked for help but was denied. They have stated that the company had turned blind eye to the physical and mental decay of LB. However, LB’s struggle started with extreme and sudden weight loss.
Moreover, the case is falling against the company becuase of several other reasons. In just two months, five other cast members have filed suits accusing Megalomedia of deliberate negligence. However, four of those lawsuits include charging the producers of lying about making medical payments.
What Is Megalomedia Lawsuit’s Response?
Weeks before the first response of Lawsuit, the company has stated the claims’ without merit.’ And now the official answer is somewhat the same. But Megalomedia’s first legal response is noteworthy. Moreover, the company says that LB suffered due to his “own negligent conduct.” The Megalomedia lawsuits are the most detailed amongst the six. LB was the most popular member of My 600 Lb Life Season 6. Hence, the court of public opinion won’t necessarily influence a jury. However, the producers “affirmatively deny that they committed acts or omissions of negligence or carelessness of any kind or character leading up to or during the occasion in question.”
They further added that the “conduct did not cause, the injuries claimed by Plaintiffs to the extent any exist, which is denied.” Megalomedia also says an unnamed “third person” is responsible for the “injuries made the basis of this lawsuit.” And this was the most eyebrow-raising part of the entire document. While Harris County courts remain open despite the coronavirus pandemic. But none of the Megalomedia lawsuits will come close to a jury for at least the next five weeks. Moreover, the county has suspended jury service through at least April 30. For more updates, stay tuned to TV Seasons and Spoilers.