Teresa Giudice’s husband is in a legal pickle … again.
Luis “Louie” Ruelas’ company Digital Media Solutions has been named in a harassment lawsuit, Us Weekly reported Wednesday.
A woman named Juanita Williams filed a class-action suit against both DMS and Choice Health Insurance earlier this month, claiming she placed herself on the National Do Not Call Registry but continued to receive numerous telemarketing calls from the two businesses.
Williams alleged in court documents obtained by the magazine that a Choice Health representative called her in September 2022 and informed her that DMS had passed on her phone number as a potential sales lead.
She is seeking $1,500 per call, according to the report.
Ruelas’ lawyer declined to comment.
This is not the first time that DMS — which describes itself as “a leading provider of technology-enabled, data-driven digital performance advertising solutions connecting consumers and advertisers” — has been sued.
Page Six previously obtained copies of at least three complaints filed in 2021 that accused the company of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
DMS denied the claims at the time.
Ruelas, 48, has also been investigated in his private life as well.
In October 2012, the father of two allegedly pushed his ex-wife, Marisa DiMartino, into a metal pole during what police described as a “heated” argument.
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Page Six exclusively reported in May 2022 that Ruelas and DiMartino had been arguing about finances prior to the incident.
Ruelas, who married Giudice, 51, in August 2022, has been in the news as of late for an eyebrow-raising comment in the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” Season 13 finale.
In the episode, he claimed private investigator Bo Dietl knew “s–t about everybody in” the room.
“I’m not talking, like, gossip,” he said. “Bo Dietl, who’s one of the most famous private investigators in the country, one of my best friends, brought me information on each person in this group.”
Ruelas later claimed on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” that the threat was an empty one.
“I was at the end of my rope,” he explained. “It was a long season. Frustrating, you know, trying to get married.”
The businessman’s temper was on display once again this week, however, when he threatened to “f—king bury” his wife’s estranged brother, Joe Gorga, and sister-in-law Melissa Gorga in the couple’s “Teresa Gets Married” wedding special.