More sex claims against Steven Seagal
Two more women, one the granddaughter of Ray Charles, have claimed they were sexually assaulted while working for actor Steven Seagal.
Earlier this month 23-year-old Kayden Nguyen filed a lawsuit against Seagal, claiming she was groped by the actor and expected to have sex with him after being hired as his assistant.
Now TMZ reports two others have provided Nguyen with sworn declarations - and one is Ray Charles' granddaughter, Blair Robinson.
Both claim that like Nguyen, they were hired as assistants, but quit after he made inappropriate sexual advances.
Robinson, who claims she first met Seagal at her grandfather Ray Charles' funeral in 2004.
According to Robinson, she was invited, along with her father, to Seagal's home after the funeral to discuss a job opportunity.
She states she accepted a position as Seagal's assistant one month later.
Robinson says Seagal came to her room on her first day and told her she was required to give him massages. He then attempted to train her by massaging her.
In the docs, Blair states, "It became clear to me that he wanted and expected sexual favors as part of my job duties." Blair claims she quit after the first day.
The second woman, as yet unnamed, alleges that Seagal lured her into his bedroom and put his hands on her breasts.
He claimed he was "checking just as a doctor would for lumps".
Her declaration continues, "Seagal reached his hand down my pants. He said, 'I just wanted to touch it for a second to see what it felt like.'"
The woman says she screamed and cried until Seagal let her go.
Seagal's lawyer, Marty Singer states, "My client has no knowledge of these women and a preliminary check of his employment records does not show that they ever worked for him."
Singer said the declarations were obviously created by Nguyen's lawyer to help "bolster his client's meritless claims".