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Personal injury lawyer and Internet sensation Jamie Casino’s new reality show will feature people who’ve been victimized via the Internet.
The Savannah lawyer made a casting call via Facebook for his reality show, “Casino’s Law.” He’s seeking people who’ve experienced online bullying, stalking, identity theft, malicious reviews of their business or had inappropriate photos posted without their consent.
“We’ll help you for free if the case is picked. We are going to find the bad guy and then we are going to deal with him,” Casino told Savannah TV station WTOC. He was dressed in black for the interview and held a walking stick in the shape of his signature sledgehammer, with a cross embossed on the silver head.
Casino signed with Warner Horizon Television in March to star in “Casino’s Law,” a month after his epic Super Bowl ad went viral on YouTube, attracting 5.6 million views. No concept for the show was announced then, but Warner said it would be executive-produced by Mike Fleiss, the creator and executive producer of “The Bachelor.”
Casino told WTOC that his own personal experience with Internet harassment inspired the show’s topic. He said he found two negative reviews online for his firm, Jamie Casino Injury Attorneys, that were not written by actual clients.
“I tracked them down legally through the Internet and I found them. It’s bullying,” he told WTOC.
Candidates must “appear to be between the ages of 25 to 40,” according to the Facebook notice, and both the victim and alleged villain must live near Savannah. Contact email@example.com if that fits your description.
“If there’s a scam involved, if there’s some type of really bad wrongdoing, something that’s sinister, that’s where we’ll get involved,” Casino told WTOC. “Not if someone is online dating and trying to make a pass at somebody.”