The former model who accused Bob Barker of sexual harassment has dropped her lawsuit because the price was too high - it was hurting her health.
In a statement issued Wednesday by her attorney, Dian Parkinson said she stood by her allegations that "The Price Is Right" host forced her to have sex with him. But she said the case aggravated health problems that include internal bleeding and anemia, and her doctor advised her to drop the suit."Bob Barker has beaten me into submission," said Parkinson, who quit the game show in 1993. "As a single woman, I was no match for the resources of Bob Barker and Goodson Productions."
Barker, 71, said he felt "completely vindicated."