Flipping Out stars ‘blindsided’ as daughter’s surrogate sues Bravo over filmed birth

Flipping Out stars ‘blindsided’ as daughter’s surrogate sues Bravo over filmed birth

Flipping Out stars Jeff Lewis and Gage Edward are “devastated” after news broke that the surrogate mother of their 1½-year-old daughter, Monroe Christine, is suing Bravo, claiming she never consented that the network could film her delivering the baby for the show

Alexandra Trent filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, claiming that Flipping Out producers filmed her vagina without permission and that Lewis and Edward had personally humiliated her by making “disgusting” comments on the show, according to a complaint obtained by PEOPLE.

Bravo, Authentic Entertainment, Lewis and Edward are all named in the suit, which was first reported by Variety.

She is seeking damages for unlawful recording, invasion of privacy and fraud.

Though reps for Bravo did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment, Lewis, 48, told PEOPLE that the news took he and Edward by surprise.

“This is like a blow to the head. We are completely blindsided by this,” Lewis said, via phone. “We are just devastated. I thought we had a nice relationship, a friendship. We treated her like an extended member of the family. So you can imagine this is pretty stunning.”

“And this is where I’m so upset. Because, on one hand, I don’t want to tarnish this most amazing experience of my life,” he continued. “We couldn’t be more grateful to this woman for birthing our child. We are indebted to her… w

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