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There's a show airing now called "Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta". It's about the lives of women with various associations with the entertainment industry. Their associations range from their own endeavors, to connections with an "Industry" spouse. This season there's a sketchy storyline. It's been speculated a cast member willingly produced a professional sex tape, got paid for it, and had it released. The show understood this, and approved of its coming. If so, it was a willed contractual deal. On air she's playing it off as a "leaking" of private footage. The show is creating a forced story line around it, and it's inauthentic.
If a show advertises itself as a reality show, how can they have skewed or entirely fabricated content? Wouldn't they be forced to categorize their show under something else? What legal loopholes can they use to air staged content?