Jamie Doran says his 'legal case against Channel 10 isn't just based on his 'bad edit'

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Bachelor In Paradise’s Jamie Doran says his ‘legal case against Channel 10 is in-depth’ and isn’t only based on his ‘bad edit’

Last month, Jamie Doran announced his intention to sue Channel 10 over his negative portrayal on Bachelor In Paradise.

And on Wednesday, the 40-year-old revealed his legal case against the network isn’t just based on ‘his bad edit’ but will be ‘in-depth’. 

‘I know I said I wouldn’t comment any further but the “wolves” in the media have forced my hand,’ he wrote on Instagram.

Case: Bachelor In Paradise's Jamie Doran (pictured) revealed his'legal case against Channel 10 is in-depth' and isn't only based on his'bad edit'

Case: Bachelor In Paradise’s Jamie Doran (pictured) revealed his ‘legal case against Channel 10 is in-depth’ and isn’t only based on his ‘bad edit’

‘Don’t assume that my legal case against Network 10 and Warner Bros is built around an “edit”. It’s a lot more in-depth and there’s a lot more in play here,’ he added.

The fireman continued: ‘A “bad edit” should be the least of their problems moving forward.’

On July 29, Jamie announced he would be taking legal action against Channel 10 and Warner Bros. over his portrayal on The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise.

He wrote on Instagram: 'I know I said I wouldn't comment any further but the "wolves" in the media have forced my hand'

He wrote on Instagram: ‘I know I said I wouldn’t comment any further but the “wolves” in the media have forced my hand’

The firefighter-turned-FIFO worker shared a statement to Instagram, explaining why he had decided to call in his lawyers.

He wrote: ‘This is not the news I wanted to post, but I feel I owe this to at least my family, friends, and also fans of The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise.

‘After lengthy consideration, I’ve decided to begin legal proceedings against Network 10 and Warner Bros. Australia.

Legal: Last month, Jamie announced he was taking legal action against Channel 10 and Warner Bros. over his negative portrayal on The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise

Legal: Last month, Jamie announced he was taking legal action against Channel 10 and Warner Bros. over his negative portrayal on The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise

‘I’m not going to comment on this any further for the time being and would appreciate it if people would respect my privacy.’

In response to Jamie’s legal threat, a network spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia: ‘Channel 10 has not received any papers regarding this claim.’

Jamie was portrayed as a ‘stage-five clinger’ on Bachelor in Paradise this season, and received a similar edit on The Bachelorette last year. 

Portrayal: Jamie was portrayed as a'stage-five clinger' on Bachelor in Paradise this season, and received a similar edit on The Bachelorette last year

Portrayal: Jamie was portrayed as a ‘stage-five clinger’ on Bachelor in Paradise this season, and received a similar edit on The Bachelorette last year

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