Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Megan Thee Stallion Denies Ex-Video Guy’s Claim She Made Him Watch Her Have Sex w/Woman! | VIDEO

Cameraman files lawsuit Over Claim and Also Says She Fat-shamed Him

UpdateAs you can imagine, Megan Thee Stallion is denying the allegations made by her former Videographer in a lawsuit. In a statement to People, Stallion’s attorney Alex Spiro said:

This is an employment claim for money — with no sexual harassment claim filed and with salacious accusations to attempt to embarrass her. We will deal with this in court.”

Here’s what we published earlier

*A former employee has filed a lawsuit against Megan Thee Stallion, alleging that the rapper subjected him to sexual harassment.

Megan Thee Stallion Dyed Her Natural Curls Blonde
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According to court documents, Emilio Garcia, who worked as Megan’s personal camera operator, alleged that he witnessed the rapper engaging in sexual activity with another woman in a moving SUV while on tour in Ibiza, Spain, in June 2022, Fox News reports. 

“Plaintiff could not get out of the car as it was both moving and he was in the middle of nowhere in a foreign country. Plaintiff was embarrassed, mortified, and offended throughout the whole ordeal.”

The next day, Stallion reportedly questioned Garcia about whether or not he had been in the SUV the previous night. Upon confirming his presence, Stallion allegedly instructed him, “Don’t ever discuss what you saw.”

Stallion also “berated and directed her fat-shaming comments towards” him during the trip to Spain. She allegedly called him a “fat b—-” and told him to “spit your food out,” and that “you don’t need to be eating,” the legal docs stated. 

Garcia, who worked with Stallion since 2018, claims he was “purposefully misclassified” as an independent contractor, and his hours of employment were not properly recorded.

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“As a result of misclassification, Plaintiff was not permitted to take rest and meal breaks,” docs stated. 

Garcia claims he had to “take on a myriad of duties and work much longer hours” and was “not paid meal or rest break premiums,” violating California Labor Codes.

Per the complaint, he worked “in excess of 50 hours under the close scrutiny and explicit discretion of Stallion, who continuously contacted Plaintiff at all hours, directing him to brainstorm TikTok videos, to edit the content that Plaintiff had not captured, and complete various assignments.”

Garcia’s payment shifted from a fixed $4,000 monthly rate to a task-based system billed per assignment, leading to a reduction in bookings, per the court documents. He was terminated in July 2023 after discussing his resignation with a makeup artist.

Attorney Ron Zambrano said in a statement, “Emilio should never have been put in a position of having to be in the vehicle with her while she had sex with another woman. ‘Inappropriate’ is putting it lightly. Exposing this behavior to employees is definitely illegal.”

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