Manhunt cast member files fraud complaint with the FCC.

Manhunt cast member files fraud complaint with the FCC.
The first person eliminated from Manhunt, Jacqueline Kelly, has filed a complaint with the FCC claiming she was “defrauded by Paramount’s initial representations as to the fairness of the game.” During the taping, Kelly was detained and thrown to the ground by a producer, which prevented her from helping another team member, which she says lead to her being voted off the show. Her complaint letter has been published by Peter Lance, who originally reported on allegations that the show was at least partially staged.

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