'Bachelor in Paradise' Alum Evan Bass to Pay $150,000 Over Ads for His Erectile Dysfunction Clinic
By Jennifer Drysdale
Evan Bass has been ordered to pay $150,000 over allegedly "deceptive" advertisements for his erectile dysfunction clinic, ET confirms.
TheBachelor in Paradise star -- who got engaged to his wife, Carly Waddell, on season three of the ABC dating show in 2016 -- works as an erectile dysfunction specialist in Tennessee. According to court documents obtained by ET, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III has filed a complaint against Bass and Tennessee Men's Clinic to "protect consumers and the integrity of the commercial marketplace" in the state.
Bass and his clinic allegedly "sold erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and other men’s sexual function treatments in Tennessee through multiple widely-disseminated, deceptive marketing campaigns" as well as had advertising that "misrepresented the efficacy, suitability, cost, and administration by doctors of its sexual function treatments."
The docs also claim that Bass "created and oversaw the deceptive advertising." Bass has not admitted to any wrongdoing, but has agreed to pay the $150,000.