Survivor Blood Vs Water’s Brad Culpepper Sued & Accused Of Fraud

Brad Culpepper appeared on Survivor 2013 (Season 27) as part of the Blood Vs Water twist with his wife, Monica, following her time on One World. Now the former NFL player and Survivor castaway is facing a new Tribal Council of sorts.

Brad Culpepper wins safety on Survivor 2013
Brad Culpepper on Survivor Blood Vs Water

According to ABC News, Brad Culpepper is being sued by an insurance company who paid him $175,000 in worker’s comp related to injuries sustain that supposedly made it difficult for him to get in and out of the bathtub. Imagine their confusion to see him leaping in and out of the water heaving large crates and competing in the weekly challenges.

While the insurance company is saying he “willfully and deceptively provided false information” Brad contends that he was and remains in rough shape. The claim to insurance had him set at 89% disabled, which Brad contends is a number and rating that he doesn’t understand during his interview with ABC.

If you still weren’t convinced, then you’re in luck because Brad takes off his shirt and flexes his torn bicep as supportive proof of his condition. Well I’m convinced.

As for Monica Culpepper, she says she regrets getting him on the show due to all the fallout their now facing. “I 100 percent wish I had never asked him to be on the show. For all that he’s going through right now and being this insurance company’s target, is not worth it.”

Watch the video below and get ready for Survivor 2015 where Jeff Probst settles disputes with torch snuffing instead of nasty lawsuits.

Thanks to Captain for the article tip!


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