Looks like Nev Schumann is in the clear for now. His show “Catfish” has resumed production after an MTV investigation concluded the sexual misconduct allegations against the host were not credible.
Last month, MTV halted production on its popular docu-series Catfish following allegations of sexual harassment that were made towards him. Ayissha Morgan (who appeared on the show in 2015) posted a video to YouTube claiming Schulman sexually harassed her throughout the production. Schulman denied the allegations.
MTV has announced that production will resume on the series’ with Schulman.
“Although we never received a formal complaint, MTV and Critical Content immediately engaged an independent third party investigator,” MTV said in a statement given to Deadline on Saturday. “The independent investigator found the allegations made in the YouTube videos to be not credible and without merit.
Given the results of the investigation, Catfish will resume filming. We take these matters very seriously and are committed to providing a safe working environment,” the statement concludes.”
Schulman also took to Twitter to thank fans for having his back.
“Appreciate the support from you and so many others. Excited to get back to work!” he tweeted. “Can’t express how much your support means to me. 🤗.”
Appreciate the support from you and so many others. Excited to get back to work! https://t.co/i8ZTJBI4yF
— Nev Schulman (@NevSchulman) June 22, 2018
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