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Is Luis Ruelas the Next Jen Shah? Class Action Suit Accuses Luis’ Company of …

A lot of people have had a lot of negative things to say about Teresa Giudice’s husband, Luis Ruelas.

Even at this season’s RHONJ Reunion special, we’ll hear accusations that Luis is responsible for a Housewife’s child experiencing harassment and threats.

Not every accusation against Luis is for the cameras. And not every accusation is just gossip, either.

A woman is suing Luis’ company for harassment.

Seated behind Teresa Giudice at the Season 13 Reunion, Luis Ruelas seemed to oscillate between claiming innocence and hinting that he has a lot of dirt on the cast. (Bravo)

As we know, Luis lost his old job when he became a reality TV personality.

We don’t mean that he quit to become Teresa’s Bravolebrity Househusband. Rather, his employer let him go when alarming stories about his past began to reflect poorly upon the company.

But Luis “Louie” Ruelas had already created a business, Digital Media Solutions, many years earlier.

According to Luis Ruelas, his brother-in-law is “going through something.” (Image Credit: Bravo) (Bravo)

Us Weekly reports that a woman named Juanita Williams has filed a class-action lawsuit against Choice Health Insurance and against Digital Media Solutions.

This is new — she filed earlier in May.

According to her, she has received numerous telemarketing calls from these firms. The catch? She is listed on the national “Do Not Call” registry.

Luis Ruelas says that he is always receiving blame from his future brother-in-law, and that his then-fiancee’s ex-husband warned him that this would be the case. (Image Credit: Bravo) (Bravo)

Williams is seeking $1,500 per call.

Additionally, her filing includes an allegation that one of Choice Health’s calls in September of 2022, when she answered, transferred her immediately to one of their insurance agents.

According to the lawsuit, the healthcare company informed her that Digital Media Solutions had provided her number for them as a prospective sales lead.

Teresa Giudice thanked her “chosen family” for attending her and Luis Ruelas’ housewarming “love bubble” party, which felt like a jab at a certain someone. (Bravo)

Ruelas launched Digital Media Solutions in 2012

This firm presents itself as a “leading provider of technology-enabled digital performance advertising solutions” with the aim of “connecting consumers and advertisers.”

There are absolutely ad services that can benefit both the seller and the consumer. But that doesn’t mean that people are always happy about these “connections.” Obviously.

Luis Ruelas suggests two motives for backlash: his brother-in-law wanting to feel needed, and projection. (Image Credit: Bravo) (Bravo)

Digital Media Solutions lists Luis Ruelas as both cofounder and the executive vice president of business development.

Luis has not publicly addressed the lawsuit. Neither has his wife, Teresa Giudice.

Any legal case involving these two is likely to receive a lot of scrutiny. But, we should emphasize that it does not involve Teresa beyond the fact that it’s her husband’s company.

Though the Reunion could have been a time to soften their image, Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas doubled down on hostilities. (Bravo)

So, what is this all about? Is this a frivolous lawsuit from someone who hates spam calls as much as the rest of us?

We do not claim to know the facts of the case.

However, if someone on the Do Not Call list received unwelcome business solicitations anyway, then yeah, that could be a big deal. And a costly mistake.

Referring to his brother-in-law, Luis Ruelas says that he has remained “calm in the last three months around an animal like that?” (Image Credit: Bravo) (Bravo)

This is a federal law, and Congress ensured that Americans can sue for statutory damages when companies make unsanctioned calls like this.

If it’s 100 calls, Luis and his company can probably eat the bill. But depending upon the extent of the issue … it’s possible that the financial damages will be severe. $1,500 can add up pretty quickly.

The majority of spam calls come from rogue, criminal operations that have no intention of abiding by the Do Not Call list or any other law. But if a legitimate business is doing this … they may have to pay up.

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