The Real Housewives of New Jersey star judge theresathe husband of Luis Ruelas‘, Digital Media Solutions, is being sued for harassment, In contact You can confirm.
According to court documents obtained by In contact On Tuesday, May 23, a woman named juanita williams filed suit on behalf of herself and “others in similar situations” against Choice Health Insurance and Digital Media Solutions after the company continued to call her even though she was on the national “Do Not Call” registry. Williams is looking for $1,500 per call.
The documents state that Williams is seeking, “Injunctive relief prohibiting third parties who generate leads for Choice Health from advertising their products or services, except for emergency purposes, to any number on the National Do Not Call Registry in the future.”
Digital Media Solution (DMS) describes itself as a “leading provider of technology-enabled digital performance advertising solutions that connect consumers and advertisers,” according to the company’s website.
“DMS digital performance advertising solutions take the risk out of media spend and remove friction from the advertising ecosystem by delivering the right message to the right person at the right time and place,” the website reads. “We achieve maximum engagement and conversions by leveraging our suite of digital performance advertising solutions.”
Ruelas, 48, first announced that he had started his new company in February while speaking with Andy Cohennoting that he was managing “lead generation ad sales.”
A year earlier, the reality personality revealed that he had been fired from his previous job.
“Teresa didn’t want me to say this, but they let me go from my company because of all the negative things that came up in the press because of my exes,” she said during a May 2022 episode of Watch What Happens Live. “Yeah, they called me and said, you know, ‘You have to resign.’ That really sucks.
The legal news about Ruelas’s company comes in the midst of his drama with RHONJ Teresa’s co-star and brother, Joe Gorga. Fans watched as the tension worsened between the two as the dancing with the stars alum revealed that there was “a deal” between her husband and her brother, 43, and that as a result Ruelas “lost a quarter of a million dollars.”
“So [Luis] it was like, ‘OK’. She put in $250K,” she explained during an episode of the hit reality series that aired in March. “So [Luis] spoke to our lawyer, and he [was] like, ‘Well, what percentage should I give Joey?’ I guess they came up with, I don’t know, five percent. Then my brother went crazy. As if he wanted 50 percent ”.
Sun was the first to report the news of the DMS lawsuit.