The radio, TV and print ads claimed his clinic "would be able to solve or fix erectile dysfunction even after just one visit."
Evan Bass has been ordered to pay a large fine for his clinic's misleading erectile dysfunction advertisements.
According to court documents obtained by E! News, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III has filed a complaint against the "Bachelor In Paradise" star -- who is an erectile dysfunction specialist -- over his alleged use of deceptive marketing campaigns.
The court documents allege Bass, 36, and his Tennessee Men's Clinic "sold erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and other men's sexual function treatments" by using "multiple widely-disseminated, deceptive marketing campaigns."
According to the papers, Bass had the "authority to control" the radio, TV and print ads which claimed his clinic "would be able to solve or fix erectile dysfunction even after just one visit," which was not true.
The reality star was ordered to pay $150,000 in monthly installments over three years with a down payment of $10,000.