Scotland Castaway contestant plans to sue producers for £100,000.

Scotland Castaway contestant plans to sue producers for £100,000.
A contestant on BBC Scotland’s Castaway 2000 “believes he was victimised by the makers who portrayed him as a villain in order to boost ratings against the TV rival show Big Brother,” according to The Scotsman Online. Ron Copsey plans to sue the producers because, since the show aired, it “has ruined his life,” the paper reports.

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