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Nev Schulman Responds to Sexual Harassment Allegations with This Statement (Details)

Nev Schulman is responding to allegations made by former season four guest Ayissha Morgan.

Earlier in the day, it was revealed that MTV had suspended production on Catfish: The TV Show over allegations of sexual misconduct against the host. Now, it’s been revealed that Ayissha made a video alleging that Nev told her, “I don’t think you’re a lesbian I just think you haven’t met the right guy yet … Have you ever had sex with a guy? I think you should try it, I have a big d**k I would tear your ass up.”

Ayissha then alleged that a female production assistant took advantage of her in a hotel room. Ayissha also claimed Nev asked her to “do what you did with Carol, but on me,” among other things.

Nev has responded to the allegations to The Blast, saying, “The behavior described in this video did not happen and I’m fortunate that there are a number of former colleagues who were present during this time period who are willing to speak up with the truth. I have always been transparent about my life and would always take responsibility for my actions – but these claims are false.” According to The Blast, Nev has the support of the crew.

Catfish's Nev Schulman Accused of Sexual Misconduct, MTV Suspends Production on Show (Statement)

MTV has suspended production on Catfish: The TV Show due to a sexual misconduct allegation made against the show’s host Nev Schulman.

“We take these allegations very seriously,” an MTV spokesperson told The Daily Beast in a statement. “We’re working with Critical Content, our third party production company, to conduct a thorough investigation.”

No further information pertaining to the allegations has been revealed by MTV at this time.

Nev has also not made any public statement about the allegations at this time. Stay tuned for more updates.

MTV's 'Road Rules' Contestant Brian Lancaster Dead at 43

Former MTV Road Rules reality star Brian Lancaster has passed away at the young age of 43.

He was found deceased at his home in Pennsylvania one week ago, TMZ reports. The family has come forward to say the death was not related to drugs or alcohol. Brian had a history of arrhythmia and the family believes he possibly died of heart failure.

Brian appeared on season 7 of the show, back in 1999.

You can see the first episode of Brian‘s Road Rules season here.

This is the second tragedy to hit the Road Rules family as contestant Danny Dias passed away last year at the age of 34.

Our thoughts are with Brian‘s loved ones during this time.

'Total Request Live' is Returning to MTV & It's Coming Soon!

MTV’s hit show from the 90′s and early 2000′s, TRL (aka Total Request Live), is returning to the network in October!

Carson Daly will not return to hosting duties and the new show will feature a rotation of hosts. The show will air from a studio in Times Square in New York City, the New York Times reports.

TRL always featured celebrity guests – some famous past guests included Britney Spears, Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani, and many more.

Be sure to lookout for the TRL revival, coming in October!

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MTV Is Bringing Back 'My Super Sweet 16'

MTV is rebooting their hit show My Super Sweet 16!

After almost a decade off air, MTV revealed that they’re looking for more teens to star in their reality show about extravagant birthday parties.

According to EW, a casting notice was posted looking for girls and guys who are planning on throwing a lavish affair for any sort of coming-of-age events including sweet 16s, debutante balls and quinceañeras.

The original series began in 2005 and ran for 61 episodes, including parties thrown by celebrities like Bow Wow and Chris Brown.

The series even had a spin-off called Exiled where party hosts where sent to a brave a harsh, remote location.