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Lawsuit Alleges Megan Thee Stallion Forced Ex-Employee to Watch Inappropriate Act

A lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court accuses rapper Megan Thee Stallion of harassment and creating a hostile work environment for a former cameraman.

Emilio Garcia, who worked for Megan Thee Stallion from 2018 to June 2023, alleges in the lawsuit that he was subjected to inappropriate behavior, including verbal abuse and fat-shaming comments.

The lawsuit centers on an incident in June 2022 during a trip to Ibiza, Spain. Garcia claims he was in a moving SUV with Megan Thee Stallion and several other women after a night out when she allegedly engaged in sexual activity with another woman. Garcia says he was unable to leave the vehicle and felt uncomfortable.
The lawsuit details additional instances of alleged misconduct. Garcia claims he was subsequently berated by Megan Thee Stallion and subjected to derogatory comments about his weight. The lawsuit quotes Garcia as saying, "She told me, 'Don't ever discuss what you saw,' before berating me and using insults like 'Fat B-tch.'"

"The harassment was severe or pervasive enough to create a hostile work environment," the lawsuit states.

Garcia says he resigned in June 2023. Representatives for Megan Thee Stallion and Roc Nation have not commented on the allegations.

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