Steven Seagal Accused Of Forcing Himself On Assistant, Trafficking Women For Sex

Steven Seagal, formerly our favorite lawman, is in trouble with the law. He’s being sued for $1 million by Kayden Nguyen, who served as his personal assistant for a few days earlier this year. She says that the Buddhist martial arts master seriously crossed the line—not only sexually harassing her, but also trafficking two women for sex. Seagal’s lawyer has naturally denied the charges. “The lawsuit filed by Kayden Nguyen against Steven Seagal is a ridiculous and absurd claim by a disgruntled ex-employee who was fired,” he said. “The claims in her lawsuit are a complete fabrication without a scintilla of truth.” But you gotta check out some of the charges, after the jump.

  • Nguyen found the gig with Seagal on Los Angeles’ Craigslist and when she was hired, she was flown to New Orleans, where Seagal was filming his show, “Steven Seagal: Lawman.” The plan was to live in his house. But she claims on the first night that Seagal violated her, “pushing his hands under her shirt and attempting to fondle her bare breast,” and “forcing her head against his bare chest.”
  • The next morning, she says he “forcibly held her legs apart … and forced his hand down her pants.”
  • Later in the day, she alleges that “Seagal forcibly lifted Ms. Nguyen’s blouse, forced his head on her bare chest and attempted to suck her breasts and nipples. He stopped only when she ran.”
  • Nguyen also says that Seagal has two Russian women, who he refers to as “attendants,” who travel with him and tend to his sexual needs. She says she was forced to watch one of the women, “Sasha,” and Seagal get down and dirty.

Geez. And we thought his ponytail was bad. []