Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Cinicnnati Motorcycle Attorney Reviews New American Chopper

The reivew of the new American Chopper is not the type of blog post we usually write here. But I thought you would enjoy a review of the series and this years first show. Let me give you some background.

American Chopper is a reality TV show about the company Orange County Choppers. The cast are the Teutul family; Paul Teutul Sr., his son Paul Jr., and Mikey.

Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul M. Teutul had a severe clash. This was explored on American Chopper last year. Father was having severe emotional and physical problems from the fights with his son.

Last year in Season 6 , Paul Sr. and son had a disagreement over the business agreement, which led to Paul Jr.’s departure from the company. After a brief reconciliation, Paul Jr. left the OCC for good to look into other things. In later episodes, Paul Jr. helped as a consultant at Orange County Choppers for a period of time.

Paul Teutul, Sr. claims he had a deal with his son, Paul M. Teutul, in which he could buy his son’s stock from the Orange County Choppers Holdings, Inc. motorcycle company.

Paul Sr. sent a letter to Paul Jr. exercising an alleged right to purchase Paul Jr.’s share of the stock he owns in Orange County Choppers since Paul Jr. no longer works there.
Paul Sr. apparently has filed the lawsuit to the Supreme Court of New York; He also filed a suit against Orange County Choppers, Inc., to force his son to give him the stock and damage

The new American Chopper, Senior vs. Jr. went on the air, with this fight still hanging in the air. Essentially if you like reality soap this is at least different than the boy meets a thousand women or vice versa.

The debut show, was interesting. The lawsuit is still ongoing. The family had not spoken for over a year, until just recently. Dad is heartbroken and wants his sons back. But needs their respect.
Jr. was buying or leasing a building for his new shop.

Here's a peak of the first show that was shown this year. motorcycle show American Chopper.

Here is a short of last years last episode.

Stay tuned for some more action and then you have the real bad boy biker show Sons of Anarchy coming in September.

By Cincinnati motorcycle accident attorney Anthony Castelli. Call him to get your questions answered about Ohio bike law or your injury case. 1-800-447-6549