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Steven Seagal accused of sexual harassment by two more women



Tbd-stevenseagal042210 It looks like Steven Seagal is marked for death now that two more women out for justice are claiming he's a serial sexual harasser after he was sued earlier this month. Those are accusations that are hard to kill and put him on deadly ground. How many more movie titles can we work in? He must think he's above the law.

Two women have provided sworn declarations in former assistant Kayden Nguyen's lawsuit, TMZ reports, both stating they were harassed while working as Seagal's assistant.

One accused Seagal of fondling her breasts and defending his actions by saying he was "checking just as a doctor would for lumps." Thanks, doc. But then the statement says "Seagal reached his hand down my pants. He said, 'I just wanted to touch it for a second to see what it felt like." The woman says she screamed and cried until Seagal let her go.

One of the women turns out to be Blair Robinson, a granddaughter of Ray Charles who met Seagal at Charles' funeral in 2004. She says she was invited to Seagal's home at the funeral to discuss a job as an assistant. She took the job a month later, but says Seagal demanded massages and demonstrated what he wanted on her.

"It became clear to me that he wanted and expected sexual favors as part of my job duties," Robinson said in the statement. Unlike Nguyen, she quit after the first day.

"My client has no knowledge of these women and a preliminary check of his employment records does not show that they ever worked for him," Seagal attorney Marty Singer said. "The declarations were clearly prepared by Nguyen's lawyer to be leaked to the media to help bolster his client's meritless claims."

Dunno 'bout that one, Marty; If there's one thing The Juice* knows, it's libel and perjury laws, and you can get in big trouble for making accusations like this with nothing to back it up. Just ask our attorneys.

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[Last modified: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 11:28am]


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