Thursday, April 15, 2010


Oy vey! Oy vey! Oy vey! Tell us that it ain’t so!

By Paul Thompson

Mail Online
April 14, 2010

Actor Steven Seagal trafficked young women to use as his sex slaves, according to a £650,000 lawsuit filed by a former model.

Kayden Nguyen, 23, claims she was treated as a 'sex toy' and sexually assaulted three times after applying to be his personal assistant.

The Under Siege star, 58, is also said to have kept two Russian 'attendants' who were on call 24 hours a day to satisfy his desires.

In her civil suit Miss Nguyen claims she stayed at Seagal's Hollywood home after answering an online advert for the position of executive assistant.

The lawsuit claims: 'Mr Seagal had been keeping two young female Russian "attendants" on staff who were available for his sexual needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week.'

Miss Nguyen's lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles, alleges sexual harassment, illegal trafficking of females for sex, wrongful termination and false representations about employment.

After confronting Seagal the actor is alleged to have said there was a 'misunderstanding', but then proceeded to assault her a third time before she fled.

Further claims in Nguyen's lawsuit allege that even after she got away, Seagal and his employees tried desperately to persuade her to return.

And she claims to have eventually 'escaped' leaving behind 'everything of value she owned', including car keys, her laptop, clothes, and 'hundreds of dollars worth of make-up'.

She was told she would not get the items back until she signed an agreement stating she would not report the sexual attacks.

According to the suit, Seagal said, 'My wife wouldn't mind if you and I had a sexual relationship.'

Nguyen states in her legal action that she can support her claims as she could identify a 'unique physiological reaction' that Seagal has to sexual arousal.

She said this could be corroborated by the other 'attendants'.

The lawsuit did not specify what that reaction is.

Each of the six counts seeks in excess of $1million in damages.

Seagal was one of the biggest movie stars of the 1990s, appearing in action films including Hard To Kill and Marked For Death.

A black belt in karate, he got his first break as an adviser on the 1983 James Bond film Never Say Never Again.

The actor has most recently been seen in the U.S. reality TV series Steven Seagal: Lawman, where he works as a reserve police officer in Louisiana.

Last night his lawyer said: 'The lawsuit filed by Kayden Nguyen is a ridiculous and absurd claim by a disgruntled ex-employee who was fired.'

1 comment:

Centurion said...

I never had much use for seagulls. Flying rats....