Victims of sexual harassment are often in a subordinate position from those who do the harassing. This can lead to many cases of sexual harassment going unreported. However, victims should not be afraid to come forward and can rely on an experienced sexual harassment personal injury attorney at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates to help guide them through this complicated litigation process. Our nationally recognized personal injury attorneys have decades of experience fighting for our Massachusetts clients.
Hip Hop artist Diddy (Sean Combs) is being sued by his former personal chef, who says she was subjected to sexual harassment and forced to work long hours without being fully compensated for overtime. Plaintiff Cindy Rueda stated in a sworn declaration filed in connection with her lawsuit against the rapper/producer/singer that she often worked from 9 am to 1:30 am the next day after signing an agreement to become his personal chef in 2015. She also alleges she was exposed to a harassing and hostile work environment.
Ms. Rueda says that in August 2015, she arrived late because of traffic and that Diddy, who was present with house guest Gina Huynh, yelled an obscenity at her and then demanded that she make breakfast. After she was finished making breakfast, she brought the food to Diddy’s bedroom and knocked first, then entered to set up the meal. Upon entering, she noticed Diddy and his guest indisposed and engaged in sexual activity.
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