Black Ink Crew Star Says Reality Show’s Producers Roofied Her
Apparently reality show stars need to closely watch who passes them their drinks. Former Black Ink Crew star Alexandra Estevez claims one of the show’s producer roofied her in attempt to make her look sluttier—it worked—and now she’s suing.
Alexandra Estevez — aka “Alex” — filed the suit against Big Fish Entertainment and New Pop Culture Productions over a party episode that was shot in 2012 (“Mixxxy Madness”) … in which Alex appears extremely intoxicated and throws herself at the owner of the tat shop.
Before the encounter, Alex claims someone connected with production handed her a drink that contained a “date rape drug” and it completely messed her up. She claims she barely remembers a thing, including hitting on the owner.
To add insult to injury, Alex insists producers subsequently edited show footage to make her look as slutty as possible. She says she quit the show last June because she felt so violated.
Alex’s friend Ericka — not a cast member — claims she was also roofied. Together, they’re suing for battery and more … demanding at least $1,000,000. Calls to the producers weren’t returned.
We hope Ms. Estevez has a doctor’s note that says such drugs were in her system because if true, that is foul.
However, if it turns out she wasn’t roofied, we have to point out that editors can only use the footage you provide them to make you look bad.
Check out footage of the incident in question below.