Teresa Giudice isn't the only Real Housewives of New Jersey star in legal trouble.
Though the knock-down drag out brawl that occurred amongst the RHONJ cast in 2013 never made it to air, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that both Andy Cohen and NBC have been added to a lawsuit filed regarding the incident.
On March 31, 2013 John Karagiorgis and his wife Penny Karagiorgis attended an event for Kim DePaola's shop Posche 2 at the Moxie Salon, but the night of glitz and glam would end in a brutal group fight. Later that year, the couple filed a lawsuit against Joe Gorga, Christopher Laurita and Jacqueline Laurita but the case has continued to drag.
According to new documents -- obtained by RadarOnline.com -- filed in January 2015, the Karagiorgis' have added NBC, the parent network of Bravo and Andy Cohen to their lawsuit, accusing both parties of "gross negligence."
The original lawsuit claims that Gorga and Christopher Laurita punched John "in the face and/or head with a closed fist," and that Jacqueline "unlawfully attacked John Karagiorgis by striking him on the head and/or face with a stiletto-type shoe."
The couple claims they "have suffered but are not limited to bruising, scarring, disfigurement, fractured bones, facial lacerations, mental anguish, psychological health problems, physical discomfort, pain and suffering, economic losses, and shame and embarrassment."
In the addendum obtained by RadarOnline.com, Cohen and NBC are accused of "preparing a plan by which cast members were going to verbally confront, physically assault, and/or unlawfully attack John Karagiorgis."
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Additionally, the couple claims that RHONJ cast members, Cohen and NBC had devised a "plan and/or conspiracy to act in concert to humiliate and/or to create a verbal and/or physical altercation with Plaintiffs that could foreseeably result in the injuries that Plaintiffs have suffered."
The documents state that the defendants failed to provide any medical aid for John Karagiorgis after encouraging/and or permitting Gorga and the Lauritas to "unlawfully attack" him.
Karagiorgis told RadarOnline.com exclusively that he could not comment on the lawsuit but did offer that "it's amazing and disgusting what we learned."
His rep later told RadarOnline.com: "Based on new information, after a thorough investigation, video and sworn statements, any and all additional parties will be exposed and prosecuted."
The Karagiorgis' are seeking punitive damages, in addition to the cost of attorneys' fees.
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