"A lot of contestants would go with it because they didn't have a problem answering those things or they thought it was kind of a requirement to stay on the good side of the producers because no one wants a bad edit," Becky told In Touch.
She says she witnessed inappropriate discussions with contestants, including JoJo, "all the time."
JoJo herself has not come forward to address the producer's claims.
After Becky came forward about her allegations, she said, she was fired. That prompted her to file a lawsuit against Warner Bros.
"Hollywood has a history of eating alive those who step forward with these allegations," Becky's attorney, Michael Morrison, told In Touch. "Right now I am just really encouraged by everyone that has the bravery come out and say this happened and it isn't right," Becky said. "I want those people to have to answer to what they did."
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