Attorney Allred developing reality TV show

File photo shows attorney Gloria Allred entering Santa Barbara county courts in Santa Maria, California, March 28, 2005. REUTERS/Lee Celano/POOL

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - High-profile feminist attorney Gloria Allred has signed a deal to star in a reality series titled “No Guts No Gloria.”

Allred will team up with people who are “angry and out for justice,” said producer Hearst Entertainment. Using a “take-no-prisoners attitude and unconventional tactics,” she will help them formulate a plan and then work to find a fair resolution for both parties.

The project is being shopped to broadcast and cable networks.

Allred’s clients have included Amber Frey, a witness in the Scott Peterson murder trial, and actress Hunter Tylo, who sued Aaron Spelling for wrongful dismissal and pregnancy discrimination. She also represented the two nightclub hecklers who wanted “Seinfeld” star Michael Richards to pay up for directing ethnic slurs towards them.

She was featured on the syndicated court show “Power of Attorney” and hosted a radio talk show for 14 years. She also wrote the book “Fight Back and Win: My Thirty-Year Fight Against Injustice -- And How You Can Win Your Own Battles”

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