A bail bondsman has launched a lawsuit against the creators of U.S. TV show Dog the Bounty Hunter, seeking $75,000 (£46,875) in damages.
Bobby Brown filed legal papers in Colorado Springs, Colorado on Wednesday (14Sep11) against A&E, Hybrid Films and D&D Television, claiming he appeared in more than 40 episodes of the programme but wasn't compensated for his inclusion.
The bondsman was paid $6,000 (£3,750) for his contributions but he claims TV bosses used his likeness without sufficiently compensating him, reports Krdo-TV.
Brown also alleges TV executives made a number of false promises which led to him focusing on the show rather than his own bail bonds business.