Steven Seagal Sued For Harassment, Keeping Sex Slaves


Steven Seagal

Don’t get your hopes up for a second season, Lawman fans. ’90s action star Steven Seagal is accused of forcing employees to basically serve as his sex slaves in a lawsuit filed by Kayden Nguyen, a former personal assistant. “Mr. Seagal has been keeping two young female Russian ‘Attendants’ on staff who were available for his sexual needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week…Her first night at the house, Ms. Nguyen give him a massage. He then proceeded to treat Ms. Nguyen as her sex toy.” Nguyen also accuses Seagal of forcing her to take illegal pills and shining a flashing attached to a gun at her when she tried to leave his Louisiana home in a cab. Seagal also reportedly refused to return her belongings when she refused to sign a release involving potential harassment charges (read the lawsuit at Radar).

Unsurprisingly, Seagal’s attorney denies her claims (Nguyen notably hasn’t contacted the police about filing criminal charges). “The lawsuit…is a ridiculous and absurd claim by a disgruntled ex-employee who was fired. The claims in her lawsuit are a complete fabrication without a scintilla of truth…I am extremely confident this meritless lawsuit will be dismissed…Her lawsuit is nothing more than a preemptive strike by a disgruntled ex-employee.” Whether or not the allegations are true, we probably won’t be able to hear Seagal’s blues classic “Girl, It’s All Right” the same way again.

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