Not Just The Producer
I have often written in this space about the yachting adjacent southern reality show.
It is the payoff for sleeping with one of the producers.
He generally delivers.
Apparently though there are a couple of former cast members who are now speaking out about some extras that are required.
For the most part, they don’t have to have se-x with the other men on the show because they have enough women to keep them happy. This was not always the case though and cast members from the first couple of seasons, including arguably the biggest star of the show were forced to sleep with multiple cast members and even boyfriends of the oldest cast member of the show.
Further, they were pawned off to people who finance movies and other wealthy individuals thinking of investing money with one of the producers.
The show is basically a brothel and continues to be.
You think those women coming on for one episode are random hookups from a bar?
They are first vetted by that producer and then treated as one night stands because they are.
The producer has them first and then they are assigned to a cast member to have a real one night stand with and then shown on camera as their payment.
Show: Southern Charm
Former cast members: Landon Clements, Chelsea Meissner, Madison LeCroy, Naomie Olindo, Eliza Limehouse,Jenna King, Danni Baird, Jennifer Snowden, Ashley Jacobs, Peyton Pritchard
Biggest star: Kathryn Calhoun Dennis
Cast members: Shep Rose, J.D. Madison, Craig Conover, Whitney Sudler-Smith, Thomas Ravenel
Oldest cast member: Patricia Altschul
Producer: Whitney Sudler-Smith
‘Southern Charm’ cast rocked by STD rumors
There’s a new rumor in Charleston.
Shep Rose denied that he gave co-star Danni Baird chlamydia on Wednesday night’s episode of “Southern Charm” after Austen Kroll’s on-again-off-again girlfriend Madison LeCroy made the allegation during a heated argument.
“You’re a bully … you want to know facts? I heard you gave her chlamydia. That’s what I heard,” LeCroy hurled at Rose, 38, while Baird looked on.
Rose immediately responded that her “facts” were “not true.”
“That is a lie,” Baird, 35, affirmed. “A blatant lie. It’s not a fact. Madison, you can’t be throwing random s–t around like that. It’s just not cool.”
LeCroy then backed off her claim, saying, “Well, if it’s not true, that’s fine.”- Source