Legal team responds to harassment lawsuit

Stallion Megan Thee The legal team was responding to claims from a recent lawsuit against her from a former employee.

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Megan’s legal team denies the allegations

In a new court filing obtained by Rolling StoneMegan’s lawyers Mari Henderson and Alex Spiro say there is “no truth” to the “fabricated” and “bizarre” claims of sexual harassment and labor law violations by the cameraman her ex gave, Emilio García.

Rolling Stone has received an official response from Meg’s attorney to Garcia’s complaints. Both Henderson and Spiro maintained their belief that Garcia was “asking for a job to make money.”

“Plaintiff is a fraud who is manipulating the judicial system to act as his promoter and spokesperson in a desperate attempt to advance his career,” Henderson and Spiro wrote. singing his failures while trying to destroy Megan thee Stallion’s successful career. “Throughout his tenure as an independent contract photographer and videographer for Ms. Pete and her production companies…(Garcia) repeatedly falsified his invoices and overcharging Ms. Pete for services he never completed and demanding a refund for money he never spent.”

According to the source, lawyers called Garcia’s lawsuit “factually and legally frivolous.”

“Angry at losing this high-profile gig and being excluded from the inner circle of stars, (Garcia) filed a factually and legally frivolous complaint. (He) handled factory wage and labor disputes, and fueled his frivolous claims with sensational false allegations of sex, debauchery and workplace harassment with the sole purpose of creating a media storm to tarnish Ms. Pete’s career and reputation,” the lawyers asserted.

Billboard added that Megan’s attorneys argued that Garcia’s lawsuit was wrongly filed in California state court. However, he and Megan have no connection to the state as Garcia reportedly lives in Texas while Megan resides in Florida.

Furthermore, attorneys are reportedly seeking to have the case transferred to federal court.

More details about the lawsuit and charges against Megan

As The Shade Room previously reported, Garcia filed a harassment lawsuit against Megan on April 23. He worked for hip hop star between 2018 and 2023. Emilio alleges in the complaint that Megan failed to pay him overtime, made derogatory statements about him, and once had sex with a woman. female while riding in an SUV in June 2022. According to Garcia, the incident occurred during a trip to Ibiza, Spain in June 2022. After the trip, he said Megan told him that: “Never discuss what you have seen.” He also mentioned that she embarrassed him with many insults during the trip, including calling him “fat.”

As explained by Rolling Stone, Garcia also said in the lawsuit that he was terminated due to complaints about pay and hour issues. Furthermore, he revealed that he was fired the night before the show after confiding in Megan’s makeup artist about his mistreatment.

NBC News reports that the total amount of money Emilio is seeking from Megan exceeds six figures. He is reportedly pursuing interest on unpaid wages and overtime pay, as well as any damages from the Houston rapper. He also asked Meg to pay his attorney’s fees.

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