Following in the footsteps of Steven Seagal’s assault accuser Kayden Nguyen, Blair Robinson -Ray Charles’ granddaughter– has stepped forward with claims of sexual harassment from the “Under Siege” star.
Robinson says she met Seagal at her grandfather’s funeral in 2004. She was invited to the actor’s home to interview for a personal assistant job and was hired on the spot.
After reporting to her first day of work in Memphis, TN, Blair claims she quickly became uncomfortable with her “job requirements”.
She says Seagal held a staff meeting with all of the staff then requested a private meeting with her. After coming to Robinson’s room, Seagal reportedly began to discuss ‘the art of Japanese massage’, which he said would be expected as a part of her job.
As Seagal began to demonstrate on her arm and shoulders, Robinson says she became very uncomfortable and asked him to immediately leave her room.
She then phoned her mother, who booked a ticket for her to fly home to Los Angeles immediately. Blair’s first day working for Seagal was also her last.
As previously reported, on Monday (April 12) Kayden Nguyen filed a lawsuit against Seagal on six counts of sexual assault and is seeking $1 million in damages.
In her suit, Nguyen claims she answered an ad on Craigslist for an executive assistant position for the “Under Siege” actor and his production company Steamroller Productions.
According to court papers, Seagal asked Nguyen and another woman on his staff for a massage. When she refused, he forced his hand down her pants and told her to “relax, we won’t do anything special tonight. I’ll save that for another night.”
Nguyen also felt uncomfortable and immediately flew back to Los Angeles, after arriving to the set of Seagal’s reality show “Steven Seagal Lawman” in New Orleans.
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