Producers for New Era Productions (NEP), the Florida-based company making the allegations against Seacrest, say putting Ryan and his business partner, Adam Sher, on trial in front of the whole country will complement the actual lawsuit filed against Seacrest and his namesake company, Ryan Seacrest Productions.
“This whole thing has always been about truth and justice,” said Bill Jones, an NEP producer. “Based on information and belief, it is our well-considered opinion that Seacrest Productions misappropriated the program proposal we submitted to them in June of 2010. You won’t find any defamatory matter on this show. Only a factual search for the truth. ”
Jones says that Seacrest, Sher and their public relations agency, 42 West have consistently dodged questions about the allegations. And in a new twist to the story, the husband of Seacrest’s nationally syndicated radio show co-host, Ellen K, called Bill Jones to get more information about the Seacrest allegations, then denied ever making the call even though he left a voicemail asking Jones to call him.
“This whole things stinks of deceit, subterfuge, and lies,” said Jones, when referring to what’s been dubbed, 'Seacrestgate.' “Let’s get it out in the open and have Seacrest and Sher not hide behind their lawyers. Man-up, Ryan.”
Jones said that Seacrest should be able to appreciate NEP’s new show, “Did Ryan Seacrest Steal Our Show?”
“Nobody knows better than Ryan Seacrest that when it comes to getting at the truth, let America vote on it.”
More information regarding the Seacrest allegations can be found at http://www.wepitchedthisshowtoseacrestproduction.blogspot...