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She was told by production that she needed to change and was given a form-fitting outfit that showed more skin. After she switched her clothing, the woman was allegedly brought on stage and subjected to derogatory comments from the studio audience.
Collier says the crowd was asked to judge her by holding up signs with harsh labels, such as “slut,” “whore,” and “ratchet.” The woman said the show pulled the “audience poll” from the episode after she had sent them a cease-and-desist; however, she claims that the incident was so embarrassing that it brought her to tears backstage.
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Unfortunately, that’s not true," another user argued.