Jason Wahler Sued Yet Again

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The legal hits just keep coming for former Laguna Beach and The Hills n'er-do-well Jason Wahler. This tends to happen when one was a raging drunken maniac.

The reality TV mainstay has been slapped with yet another lawsuit stemming from his September 2006 alcohol-fueled altercation with two tow-truck drivers.


The second of those drivers, Jose Alarcon, is seeking $100,000-plus in damages from the once arrest-prone Jason Wahler - he was arrested four times in four different states in 2006, top that! - for violating his civil rights.

According to the lawsuit, Wahler "committed acts of violence, threats of violence, and made racial epitaphs" toward him on September 22, 2006, preventing him from doing his job and acting "with malice" purely "on account of race."

The altercation occurred as the tow trucks and a city vehicle were working to remove an illegally parked car - and happened to block Wahler's ride, causing the MTV star and then gal-pal Kristen DeLuca to go postal on the workers.

The roadside rage has already proved costly for J-Wahl.

On top of pleading no contest to misdemeanor battery, which yielded rehab and probation, Wahler must pay $20,000 to the other driver, Dario Stevenson.

Since then, though, he's gotten engaged to Katja Decker-Sadowski and turned his life around. Sort of. Hey, no arrests in two years is good progress, people.

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Jason works for me at NTS Inc. as a patient advocate. NTS has 80 beds and probably another 30 young adults in out patient suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. Jason spends his days helping these people get sober talking about his experience strength and hope. Jason is helping us save lives every day he dose more for the suffering addict than anyone knows. He is a fine example of a young man over coming his addictions and using his experience to help others. Also soon he will be a licensed chemical dependency counselor in California he is finishing his classes in my academic academy at NTS. Again Jason is fine example and someone I am proud to call my friend.
Aaron Brower
President of NTS Inc.