Current Jeopardy! maker and host leader Mike Richards sent a reminder on Monday morning to representatives of the Sony Pictures TV, where he examined the past charges of separation toward pregnant ladies in the work environment during his experience with The Price Is Right.

While filling in as a maker on The Price Is Right, the show was hit with two legitimate objections from models who blamed Richards for unreasonable treatment because of their pregnancy and guaranteed they were exposed to heartless remarks. While one of the cases was just settled get-togethers was eliminated as a litigant, the other suit recorded by model Brandi Cochran brought about her getting $7.7 million in reformatory harms.

“These were charges made in work questions against the show. I need all of you to realize that the manner by which my remarks and activities have been portrayed in these grievances doesn’t mirror the truth of who I am or how we cooperated on The Price Is Right, ” Richards composed. “I realize firsthand that it is so extraordinary to be a parent. It is the main thing on the planet to me. I would remain silent to slight anybody’s pregnancy and have consistently upheld my associates on their nurturing ventures.”

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“I’m exceptionally pleased with my experience on The Price Is Right and Let’s Make A Deal. During my residency, our female cast individuals invited seven lovely youngsters,” Richards proceeded. “We embraced and commended every pregnancy and birth both before and behind the camera. It was a delight to watch their families develop and feature their satisfaction as a component of the show.”