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Love Is Blind’s Renee Sues Netflix Over “Red Flag” Fiancé

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Per her lawsuit, Netflix and production company Delirium TV accused Poche of violating her non-disclosure agreement (NDA) by speaking publicly about her experience and are seeking $4 million from her. She responded saying the NDA is “illegal and unenforceable” and noted that she moved forward with litigation to free herself from “all forms of liability.”

“My experience on Love is Blind was traumatic,” Poche shared in a statement, via People. “I felt like a prisoner and had no support when I let Delirium know that I didn’t feel safe. I tried to deal with these emotions over time and eventually felt like I needed to share what had happened. I felt it was only right to let others know the truth of what all of the castmates had to endure.”

E! News has reached out to Wall, as well as defendants Delirium TV and Netflix, for comment but hasn’t heard back. 

However, creator Chris Coelen said last year that contestants are not required to stay on Love Is Blind.

“If you stay, that is your decision,” Coelen told People in October regarding a different lawsuit. “The participants are not under our control. They are living their lives. We come in, we film them for a period of time, we leave. They can leave—as many, many, many people have before—anytime they want.”

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