Things got a bit too real for them.
The owners of the Hard Rock franchise are suing TruTV over their new show Rehab: Party at the Hard Rock Hotel. The lawsuit states that the Hard Rock execs are appalled by the amount of debauchery and violence showcased at their Las Vegas casino and insist that it isn't an accurate depiction of the hotel. The complaint insists that the Hard Rock establishment is one of "fun consistent with the democratic free spirit of rock music," not the crack house the show is making it out to be.
But wait? Isn't this reality? Maybe someone just does like what they see in the mirror?!
Regardless, the Hard Rock alleges in their suit that the show portrays an image that is contradictory to their business, including "unprofessional, incompetent, and/or physically and emotionally abusive" staff. The suit alleges that because of these outrageously awful people, like "Little Hilter" Matt, they've received several complaints from guests who vowed never to return to the hotel.
Yeah, we'd have a problem going to a place where "Little Hitler" was employed too!