Randall Emmett‘s scandalous double life takes center stage in a new documentary on Hulu.
“The Randall Emmett Scandal: Love, Loathing, and Vanderpump” begins streaming May 22 on Hulu.
The documentary dives deeper into Randall’s downfall, which was first investigated by The Los Angeles Times.
In The Los Angeles Times‘ expose, they uncovered allegations of “race discrimination, workplace abuse, and questionable on-set behavior” by the Hollywood producer.
Check out the trailer below!
Randall first rose to public fame when he began dating Lala in 2015. They met while Lala was working at SUR and filming season 4 of Vanderpump Rules. For years, Randall avoided the Pump Rules cameras like the plague. However, he began appearing on the show during season 8.
In March 2021, Lala and Randall welcomed their daughter, Ocean Kent Emmett. Yet, by October 2021, the two had called off their three-year engagement. Lala later accused Randall of cheating on her throughout their relationship.
Allegations against Randall
In July 2022, Randall was accused of running a Hollywood casting couch – meaning Randall allegedly offered women roles in movies in exchange for sexual favors.
A rep for Randall denied the “smear campaign,” saying the allegations against him were part of Lala’s attempt to “sway their custody dispute.”
Randall’s rep said in a statement at the time:
“Lala Kent has lied and manipulated others in her desperate attempt to win full custody of their daughter, keep her name in the press and remain relevant in reality television.”
Lawsuits and debts
During the investigation into Randall Emmett by The Los Angeles Times, they quickly learned that his Hollywood empire was crumbling thanks to various lawsuits and debts.
The Hollywood producer has been hit with dozens of lawsuits from former investors, financiers, landlords, insurance companies, and more. Randall owes $25 million in “unpaid loans and disputed payments.”
Randall’s former friend and Pump Rules co-star Jax Taylor recently alleged that the movie producer owes him $100k.
According to Jax, he allegedly gave Randall Emmett $100k as an investment into one of his film projects as a way to make extra money since he’s no longer on reality TV and needs to provide for his family, which includes his wife, Brittany Cartwright, and their two-year-old son, Cruz.
“So, mind you, I’m not Sony. Okay, I am not a studio. I’m not Paramount, where I have these huge budgets, where I have insurance that covers things like this. I am Jax Taylor, a family man that you took money from. A family man who I need to support my family. I gotta pay my mortgage. You took from me. It’s not like I’m going out partying, I’m going out doing all this, or I’m just gonna blow this money in the car.”
“I need to feed my family. That is why I made these investments, to make money to support my family. [Investing] is one of [the] things that I do. So the fact that you’re taking from a family man and you think it’s funny, and then now I’m watching you on Instagram, going to Miami, having a new girlfriend, spending money, buying new cars, doing all this. It’s so shitty. Where the fuck is my money? Yeah. And I hate to blow this outta the water, and I said I wasn’t gonna talk about it, but it’s been [hell].”
On top of Randall’s growing lawsuits and debts, one of Randall’s former assistants, Martin G’Blae, accused him of racial discrimination and creating a hostile workplace. G’Blae recently settled his lawsuit with Randall Emmett.
The Hollywood producer still faces “civil fraud claims and abuse allegations,” according to The Los Angeles Times.
The Randall Scandal: Love, Loathing, and Vanderpump begins streaming Monday, May 22, on Hulu.
Pump Rules airs on Wednesdays at 9 pm on Bravo.
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The title of the new HULU documentary is “Randall Emmett’s Scandalous Life Uncovered.”
The documentary delves into the scandalous aspects of Randall Emmett’s life, shedding light on various controversial events and incidents.
The exact release date for the documentary on HULU is not mentioned in the provided information. Please check HULU’s official website or your streaming platform for updates and availability.