Ongoing charges of sexual assault against Steven Seagal show what may be a distinct pattern of inappropriate behavior towards women. And more of his alleged victims are said to be coming forward, according to RadarOnline.
And PopEater reports that CBS Crimesider found a 1998 interview with Jenny McCarthy who says that during a casting call for “Under Siege 2,” she was asked to strip for Seagal and he threatened her not to tell anyone.
]]>reported a new lawsuit involving sexual harrassment, comes word that Seagal’s
reality series, “Steven Seagal Lawman,” will be shelved.
The lawsuit alleges Kayden Nguyen
was hired by Seagal to become his executive assistant but was treated
like his “sex toy,” along with two young Russian girls who were forced to take care of
his sexual needs.
According to RadarOnline, Nguyen is suing for sexual harassment, illegal trafficking of females
for sex, failure to prevent sexual harassment, retaliation, wrongful
termination and false representation about employment and wants more
than $1 million dollars.
And this guy brags about being a Buddhist monk? Kinda makes you question these make-believe Zen masters, don’t it?
Beware of manipulative narcissistic men who claim that they pray daily for the happiness of all sentient beings.
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