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Hunter Tylo
Joint lawsuit filed against B&B's Hunter Tylo
Posted Friday, August 27, 2010 6:50:39 PM
A joint lawsuit claims that B&B actress Hunter Tylo owes more than $250,000 in outstanding debts to her manager, security company, and attorneys. Tylo joined The Bold and the Beautiful in 1990.
The Bold and the Beautiful's Hunter Tylo (Taylor Forrester) may soon find herself back in the courtroom. This time, according to a published report, it will be as a defendant.


The celebrity tattle site, TMZ, reports that on August 27, Tylo was named as a defendant in a joint lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court by three different entities: her manager, security firm, and lawyers.


"Each of [the plaintiffs] -- Marv Dauer (manager), the Centurion Group (security firm), and the Law Offices of Lon B. Isaacson claim they worked for Tylo and are still owed cash," TMZ reports.


According to the papers filed, Dauer has the biggest claim against Tyler. The manager alleges that he is owed $250,000.


Last October, Tylo filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a social worker who Tylo believed was responsible for her son's 2007 drowning death. Earlier in the year, Tylo sought an order of protection against her boyfriend at the time, Corey Cofield, stating that Cofield had abused her and her children.


In 1998, a Los Angeles jury awarded Tylo $4.8 million damages in a lawsuit Tylo had filed against Aaron Spelling claiming that she had been fired from Melrose Place because she'd gotten pregnant.


Hunter Tylo joined the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful in June 1990. The actress has also appeared on All My Children and Days of our Lives.


"It is our policy not to comment on the personal lives of our actors and actresses," a B&B spokesperson stated.


A rep for Tylo did not respond to requests for comment.


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