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Steven Seagal told actress to strip during casting call



Steven Seagal told actress to strip during casting call


A number of women, including actress and autism activist Jenny McCarthy, have accused actor Steven Seagal of s**ual misconduct.

McCarthy, who was a former Playboy Playmate, alleged that during a casting call for the movie “Under Siege 2,” Seagal asked her to strip and then threatened her not to tell anyone.

McCarthy’s publicist confirmed that she had made the statement in a 1998 interview with Movieline magazine but declined to comment further.

At the time, Seagal’s lawyer declined comment.

McCarthy recounted her experience in the Movieline interview, saying that Seagal asked her to sit on his couch and then asked if she was “Playmate of the Year.” He then instructed her to “take off your dress,” which caused McCarthy to cry and run out to her car.

In the same year, nine other women also spoke out about harassment at the hands of Seagal in a Penthouse magazine feature.

Seagal faced more troubles in 2001 when Patricia Nichols, who worked on a recording project with him, filed a lawsuit against him for “inappropriate comments and actions.” Seagal testified that he was “being shaken down” and embarrassed to be in court for “this fabrication.” The jury ruled in Seagal’s favor, determining that he had slandered Nichols but did not owe her any damages.

These allegations resurfaced when Seagal’s former executive assistant, Kayden Nguyen, sued him for s**ual harassment and human trafficking in 2010.

According to to her lawsuit, Nguyen was kept against her will for six days in a secluded Louisiana home where Seagal and his family were staying.

The lawsuit also accused Seagal of committing “s**ual assault” against Nguyen three times and chasing her with a “flashlight with a gun attached to it” when she finally escaped.

Seagal’s lawyer, Marty Singer, dismissed the allegations as a “ridiculous and absurd claim by a disgruntled ex-employee who was fired for using illegal narcotics.”

Seagal has a history of portraying tough, macho characters in action films, including “Marked for Death.” The allegations of s**ual misconduct and harassment are not uncommon in Hollywood, as many women have come forward to share their experiences with powerful men in the entertainment industry.

It is essential to hold individuals accountable for their actions and create a safe and respectful work environment for all employees.

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