Megan Thee Stallion has been blamed for fat-shaming her ex-cameraman - and having sex next to him in a car - in a new case.
Megan Thee Stallion has been blamed for fat-shaming her ex-cameraman - and having sex next to him in a car - in a new case.

Megan Thee Stallion faces allegations of creating hostile work environment

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Megan Thee Stallion has been blamed for fat-shaming her ex-cameraman – and having sex next to him in a car – in a new case.

Megan Thee Stallion, the US rapper known for hits like “Savage,” is facing allegations of creating an “intolerable” work environment by her former employee, Emilio Garcia. Garcia, in a claim filed in Los Angeles, also alleges that a change to his contract left him with unpaid wages.

Response from Megan’s Lawyers

In response to the claim, Megan’s lawyers stated that it was an attempt to embarrass her and emphasized that there were no sexual harassment claims filed. 

They characterized the lawsuit as primarily an employment claim for money with salacious accusations and stated that they would address the matter in court.

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Details of Garcia’s Allegations

According to legal documents, Garcia began working for Megan in 2018 as her personal cameraman and remained in that role until June 2023. 

He alleges that during a trip to Ibiza in 2022, he was trapped in a moving car with Megan while she engaged in sexual activity right beside him. Garcia claims he felt embarrassed, mortified, and offended by the incident.

Additionally, Garcia alleges that during the same trip, he was taunted about his weight, being instructed to spit out his food and criticized for eating. These actions, according to the court documents, created a hostile work environment for Garcia, making his employment conditions intolerable.

Breach of Employment Law Allegations

The lawsuit also includes allegations of breaches of employment law, including a change to Garcia’s contract that resulted in him being paid “per task” rather than a monthly rate, leading to significantly lower earnings. 

Garcia also claims he was denied healthcare benefits after his role was misclassified as an independent contractor.

Following the Ibiza trip, Garcia alleges that he was booked for fewer photoshoots until June of the following year when Megan’s management, Roc Nation, informed him that his services were no longer required.

In conclusion, the lawsuit against Megan Thee Stallion by her former employee Emilio Garcia highlights allegations of a hostile work environment and breaches of employment law, which will be addressed in court.

Jean Martin

Jean Martin, a seasoned Correspondent Author at USA Guardian Magazine, specializes in transforming complex subjects into engaging narratives. With a keen eye for detail and a commitment to truth, her work spans politics, culture, and technology, enriching the magazine's diverse content. Jean's reporting not only informs but also inspires readers, showcasing her belief in journalism's power to drive change.

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