According to court documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight and Us Weekly, the Attorney General of Tennessee filed a complaint against Bass, 36, to "protect consumers and the integrity of the commercial marketplace."
The documents allege that Tennessee Men's Clinic "sold erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and other men’s sexual function treatments in Tennessee through multiple widely-disseminated, deceptive marketing campaigns" via advertising which "misrepresented the efficacy, suitability, cost, and administration by doctors of its sexual function treatments."
Furthermore, Bass is being accused of having "created and oversaw the deceptive advertising."
Bass, who met his wife Carly Waddell on the third season of "Bachelor in Paradise," hasn't admitted to contributing to the advertisements, but has agreed to by $150,000.
The complaint, filed several years ago, is not directed toward the clinic's current management, as Evan Bass and his management team are no longer associated with the clinic.