A 22-year-old Lakeville newlywed is contending that a "Dr. Phil" spinoff national TV show tricked him into appearing and discussing the blemishes on his genitals, then airing a rerun of the episode over his protests.
By PAUL WALSH, Star Tribune
Last update: March 10, 2010 - 7:47 AM
A 22-year-old Lakeville newlywed is contending in a lawsuit that a "Dr. Phil" national TV spinoff tricked him into appearing and discussing the blemishes on his penis, then airing a rerun of the episode over his protests.
Tyler Bowling, who is suing the producers of the CBS-distributed daytime show "The Doctors," his dermatologist and others, at first agreed to be on the show in Hollywood in exchange for having his pearly penile papules (PPP) removed for free in a brief laser-surgery procedure.
"I felt like I was violated," Bowling, who was married in July, said in an interview Monday. "It was rea
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Location: Lakeville, Minnesota, United States (load item map)
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