Well, that didn't last long.
Well, that didn't last long.
John Travolta and his legal team are certainly going to have a lot of explaining to do!
A FOURTH individual has reportedly come forward to accuse the actor of sexual harassment, and just like the previous three, claims that he engaged in so much "inappropriate behavior" with staff at the Peninsula Hotel's spa that he was banned for three years - until he complained to hotel officials and removed from the blacklist!
The second male masseuse who filed a lawsuit against the married actor for sexual harassment on the job may have some pret-ty damning evidence to support his claims!
On top of witnesses and emails that he fired off to his superiors after Travolta "started to grab, rub and caress" his bum-bum, the plaintiff is taking advantage of surveillance footage from the hotel!
A source close to the case explained:
With her attorney Eric Baum by her side, Kimbra Lo spoke with Ann Curry about her sexual assault allegations.
American Apparel also released a statement to the morning TV show, denying the whole thing and even accusing Kimbra of starting the whole thing.
Watch the interview in the clip (above)!
Although Favre denies the allegations, the former New York Jets sideline reporter has been threatening to release plenty of evidence proving he was harrassing her through sexts.
Sterger's rep appeared on The Dan Patrick shows and commented:
"If the [NFL] commissioner suspends Favre and puts him in a program to make sure this doesn't happen again … 100 percent … Jenn would not pursue any litigation against Favre, against the Jets, against anybody."
Either way, it's not looking good for Favre, who denies sending pics, but admits to leaving voicemails for her.
Brett is a gentleman. He probably was calling to ask for her permission to send her pics of his QB sized pee-pee, but when she didn't call him back, he just assumed it was an automatic yes.
After revealing the name of the woman who accused New York Mets pitcher Johan Santana of rape, ESPN is being blasted for practicing irresponsible journalism.
John Clune, the woman's attorney who also represented Kobe Bryant’s rape accuser, is irate: "ESPN has now set a dangerous precedent in telling rape victims that this will be their punishment if they attempt to pursue accountability for their celebrity offenders."
"Disappointingly, ESPN today chose to publicize the identity of a rape victim on their website, despite the obvious attempt by this woman to protect herself and her children from further unwarranted harassment and abuse in pursuing her only remaining avenue to hold Mr. Santana accountable."
The reason behind the judge’s decision to reveal her name to the public is that it’s wrong to allow a person hide behind anonymity when they make accusations that could ruin people’s lives.
There’s no good way for this case to end up — all we can hope for is that each side is truthful in their case and that a just ruling is made.
[Image via AP Images.]
Oooh, you in trouble now, gurl!
The producer suing Casey Affleck for sexual harassment is now being accused of withholding "key production documents" so that she can negotiate a higher salary for her work on I'm Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix.
Affleck's attorney Marty Singer says that producer Amanda White claims that she refused to hand over important production documents until her contract was finalized.
In an email that Singer calls "extortionate," White told Affleck, "I really feel that in good faith, the documents you refer to are my work product, so I would prefer to hold them in trust until we can get the matter of my deal resolved."
The producer reportedly left the production in April 2009, over a year before mentioning the sexual harassment claims.
"It seems odd that it took 15 months for them to bring this up, and it only happened after negotiations on her compensation stalled," said one source.
Hmm, the whole thing sounds very strange…
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