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Assaulted and arrested celebrity photographers strike back with lawsuit

Who hired the thuggish security guards who brutally assaulted and detained a pair of photographers last week during a celebrity wedding?

Disney/ABC TV, which was filming the segment of The Bachelor on the beach at the time of the incident, denied hiring O&R Security.

And Next Ent


Who hired the thuggish security guards who brutally assaulted and detained a pair of photographers last week during a celebrity wedding?

Disney/ABC TV, which was filming the segment of The Bachelor on the beach at the time of the incident, denied hiring O&R Security.

And Next Entertainment, the production company owned by Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss, also denied hiring the security company.

Officials from the Terrenea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, where the assault took them by surprise, also denied hiring the security company.

Despite all the denials, the photographers have a pretty good idea who hired the company because they have filed suit against Disney/ABC TV and Next Entertainment for battery, false imprisonment and negligence, according to X17 Online.

Meanwhile, the thug who runs O&R Security, Antonio Revilla, was threatening to file assault charges against the photographer, even though the image above shows Revilla grabbing the photographyer from behind in a violent chokehold.

Also, all charges against the photographers were thrown out, but that still doesn’t make up for the fact that they were detained by citizen security guards before being handed over to police who jailed them for 20 hours.

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