Raj hires Bradford as his attorney.

Raj hires Bradford as his attorney.
Former Apprentice 2 castmates are now back in business together, although this time, one is working for the other. Raj Bhakta hired Bradford Cohen, an attorney, to represent him after he was sued. According to Celebrity Justice, “Raj has been sued by Vacations Only, a Florida corporation for which he had agreed to host an event last December. In return, documents show, Vacations agreed to pay Raj just under $4,000, giving him half of the money up front.” Raj got sick and didn’t show. Raj says, “I called them up and said, ‘I’m sorry, I can’t make it. I’m ill and I’m going to send back the money.’ I even offered to go back and show up for free another time for their time and troubles.” But they apparently didn’t get their cash back, so now they want $25,000.
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