When writing a tell-all about your obsessive-compulsive boss whom you worked alongside for several years, expect him to kind of hate you. Also expect him to file an injunction on your tome to prevent “trade secrets and private information” from being leaked.
The suit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, states that “In her employment with Jeff for these many years, Jenni has become privy to both trade secrets and other confidential information relating to the operation of the plaintiff businesses as well as highly confidential personal and private information relating to Jeff’s personal life and business dealings,”
Lewis comes off bad enough on his Bravo series, Flipping Out, so God only knows what kind of juicy tidbits Pulos reveals in her tentatively title memoir, Hang in There, Baby — What One of the World’s Most Difficult Bosses Taught Me About Life, Work and Love.
The Wrap noted that “one of the world’s most difficult bosses” was deleted from the title on Amazon.com, where the book is currently on pre-sale.
Woke up this am, being sued by your boss is really putting on the Celebrity Cinderella Slipper, Bullies Aren’t Cool.
— Jenni pulos (@Jennipulos) November 15, 2012