Bachelor in Paradise: Jamie Doran quotes bible verse amid legal battle

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Jamie Doran doesn’t just have an attorney in his upcoming legal battle against Channel 10: he also has the Almighty Lord by his side.

The 40-year-old, who is suing the network for his negative take on The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, quoted a Bible verse on Instagram on Thursday.

He updated the caption to his previous post announcing his intention to sue Channel 10 for libel with a simple message: “1 Samuel 17:45 NIV. ”

Cryptic: Bachelor in Paradise star Jamie Doran updated the Instagram caption to his previous post announcing his intention to sue Channel 10 for libel for hurtful editing. It now reads ‘1 Samuel 17:45 NIV’ which is a bible verse

This particular passage of the Bible states: “David said to the Philistine:” You come against me with a sword, a spear and a javelin, but I come against you in the name of the Lord Almighty, the God of the hosts of Israel, that you challenged. “‘

Jamie made no further comment on the meaning of the bible verse, leaving fans to interpret it as they see fit.

On Thursday, the firefighter officially took legal action against Chanel 10 and Warner Bros. by hiring a defamation lawyer to represent him.

God on his side: This particular Bible passage says,

God on his side: This particular biblical passage states: “David said to the Philistine: ‘You come against me with a sword, a spear and a javelin, but I come against you in the name of the Lord Almighty, the God of hosts. Israel, whom you challenged “‘

He hired Sydney attorney Keith Redenbach, partner of Redenbach Lee, who also represented Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan in his case against the Daily Telegraph two years ago.

“Channel 10 released a statement basically saying Jamie was bluffing,” a source close to Jamie told Daily Mail Australia.

“Now he’s a lawyer. He wants to take a stand for all future reality stars who are bullied and slandered on national television.

Take action: On Thursday, the firefighter officially took legal action against Chanel 10 and Warner Bros.  by hiring a defamation lawyer to represent him.  He hired Sydney attorney Keith Redenbach, partner of Redenbach Lee, who also represented Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan (pictured) in his case against the Daily Telegraph two years ago.

Take action: On Thursday, the firefighter officially took legal action against Chanel 10 and Warner Bros. by hiring a defamation lawyer to represent him. He hired Sydney attorney Keith Redenbach, partner of Redenbach Lee, who also represented Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan (pictured) in his case against the Daily Telegraph two years ago.

Mr Redenbach helped Nasser secure an undisclosed financial settlement from the Daily Telegraph in 2018.

The newspaper had falsely claimed that Nasser had “missed an A-List event” in Sydney when he was in fact invited as a special guest.

Jamie announced on Wednesday morning that he is taking legal action over his negative portrayal in the Channel 10 dating franchise.

So far, Jamie has been described as a “fifth stage hookup” of Bachelor in Paradise this season and received a similar cut on The Bachelorette last year.

Bad packaging: So far this season, Jamie has been described as a

Bad Packaging: So far this season, Jamie has been described as a “Fifth Stage hookup” from Bachelor in Paradise and received a similar cut on The Bachelorette last year.

“This is not the news that I wanted to publish, but I think I owe it at least to my family, my friends and also the fans of The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise,” he wrote on Instagram.

“After much thought, I decided to take legal action against Network 10 and Warner Bros. Australia.

“I won’t comment further on this at this time and would appreciate people respecting my privacy.”

“This is not the news I wanted to publish”: Jamie announced Wednesday morning that he is taking legal action over his negative portrayal in the Channel 10 dating franchise

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