Steven Seagal, the Lawman star, is being sued for sexual harassment and sexual trafficking. According toFox News, the karate chopping, kung fu fighting actor is being sued by former employee Kayden Nguyen, a 23-year-old model. Nguyen is asking the judge for $1 million.
According to exclusive documents, Kayden Nguyen alleges that Steven Seagal hired her to be his assistant, but instead she became his play thing. The phrase "sex toy" is the specific language used in the document to describe her working relationship with the famous actor.
And she has two witnesses to help her back up her claims; two other former female employees experienced similar circumstances with Seagal, but quit the job before the situation escalated even further.
Steven Seagal's attorney, Marty Singer, cried foul, believing that the details in the lawsuit were purposely leaked to cause a media sensation and garner sympathy for the alleged victim, Kayden Nguyen. He further believes the allegations are absurd, and claimed the actor has no knowledge of the women.
He stated, "The declarations were clearly prepared by Nguyen's lawyer to be leaked to the media to help bolster his client's merit less claims."
Don't think the allegations are true? Just ask Steven Seagal's ex-wife, Kelly LeBrock, who was the first to expose Steven Seagal's shady side a while back when she told Radar Online that she was constantly raped and abused in the relationship with Seagal. Kelly LeBrock and Steven Seagal married in 1987 and had three children together. They stayed married for nine years before she filed for divorce from the pony-tailed actor in 1994, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason. According to the rumors back then, they were really divorcing because Seagal had an affair with the couple's nanny, aka babysitter. That babysitter ended up giving birth to a child by Steven Seagal.
The sexual harassment allegations surrounding Steven Seagal are not new. Like Bill Cosby, Seagal was a very popular actor throughout the 1980's and 1990's, and the allegations against him go back as far as 1991, when he was accused of sexually harassing a woman during film production. The allegations may go back even further. But as Steven Seagal says, he's not perfect. but he's not scared to live either.
"I have made a lot of mistakes. But I've worked hard. I have no fear of death. More important, I don't fear life."Steven Seagal is best known for his roles in Marked For Death, Driven To Kill, and Above The Law.
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