Michael Darby Suspended From Filming 'The Real Housewives of Potomac' Following Sexual Assault Charge

Michael Darby has been barred from filming Bravo’s ‘The Real Housewives of Potomac’ following his sexual harassment charge.

According to Bravo and the show’s production company, Truly Original, they’ve stopped shooting scenes with Michael following the allegation he groped a cameraman.

via TMZ:

Bravo says it has “comprehensive policies and guidelines relating to the safety of cast and crew. We take all allegations seriously and then proceed accordingly with our producing partners.”

We broke the story … ‘RHOP’ cameraman Orville Palmer claims his butt was grabbed and groped by Darby on Sept. 1 while shooting an episode, and Darby followed it up by giving him “a flirtatious look.”

Darby’s been charged with felony assault as well as misdemeanor improper sexual contact.

Truly Original says it launched an internal review immediately after Palmer’s allegations, and “took all appropriate steps to ensure the safe working environment … for everyone associated with the production.” It adds, the review is ongoing.

We can’t WAIT to see how this all plays out next season on RHOP.

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