A former model on The Price is Right is suing two of the show's producers, claiming she was verbally abused while naked in her dressing room. Lanisha Cole, who was the longest running model on the programme, claims she was harassed by her employers and continually humiliated in public. In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles today, she states, in particular, producers Michael Richards and Adam Sandler singled her out for abuse. Claims: Lanisha Cole, seen here with host Drew Carey, was a model on the show. Mr Sandler once barged into her dressing room to tell her off for not wearing a microphone, she alleges, and did not stop even though 'at the time she was completely naked and exposed, excepting a very sheer thong bikini underwear bottom'.
The American television game show The Price Is Right has, since its relaunch, employed a number of models to showcase the prizes and items that are given away on the show. From to , the group was referred to as "Barker's Beauties", in reference to Bob Barker , who hosted the show during that period. The original Price Is Right also employed models. Usually, two models appeared per episode to model the prizes, much in the same tradition as the later incarnations. As is the case with the Carey era of the current version, the models were not referred to specifically by a nickname.
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