For Love or Money’s Rob “expelled from…JAG training” for groping woman.

For Love or Money’s Rob “expelled from…JAG training” for groping woman.
Lawyer Rob Campos, the star of NBC’s For Love or Money, had his “military career derailed after he drunkenly groped the breasts of a Navy officer after barging uninvited into the woman’s dormitory room early one morning,” The Smoking Gun’s reports. The woman kicked Rob in the nuts and fled; he “was expelled from the JAG training program, slapped with an administrative punishment, and ordered to enroll in a substance abuse treatment program,” the site’s extensive investigation revealed. Still, his show bio and law practice bio say he served in the JAG Corps. He did not disclose any of this to producers or to NBC, although according to MSNBC, “NBC said it wasn’t changing any of its plans to broadcast future episodes [and] … had no plans to tell viewers about the incident.”

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