Megan Thee Stallion SPEAKS UP Addresses ‘Obscene Accusations’ From Her Ungrateful Former Colleague

A man who says he worked as a “full-time personal cameraman” has filed suit against Megan and Roc Nation.

Megan Thee Stallion responded to the harassment lawsuit filed against her through a lawyer on April 23. Emilio Garcia, former videographer for the rapper, alleges he was forced to watch the rapper have s.3.x in a moving vehicle, among other complaints in the suit.

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“This is an employment claim for money — with no s.3.xual harassment claim filed and with salacious accusations to attempt to embarrass her,” Megan’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, told “Page Six.” “We will deal with this in court.”

Garcia sued the Grammy-award winning artist citing a hostile work environment, harassment, and multiple labor code violations. Her label, Roc Nation; Hot Girl Touring; and her management company are also named in the lawsuit.

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“Such harassment was so severe or pervasive that it altered the terms and conditions of Plaintiff’s employment, creating a hostile, abusive work environment and making his working conditions intolerable,” the lawsuit reads, according to documents obtained by Vulture.

Garcia worked with Megan from 2018 until he was fired in June 2023. His attorney say it was “direct retaliation for his complaints,” “Page Six” reported.

Garcia alleges he was trapped in a moving SUV when Megan and a woman began to have s.3.x in Spain in June 2022, according to the lawsuit. He claims he felt traumatized by the ordeal and was instructed by the rapper “don’t ever discuss what you saw” when she learned he was present in the vehicle.

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Elsewhere in the filing, Megan is accused of berating and fat-shaming Garcia, failing to pay him commensurately with his work “during all waking hours of the day,” and switching to a “pay-per-task” invoicing system that “significantly” reduced his overall salary.

The former videographer said the “toxic work environment” left him with “mounting anxiety, depression, and physical distress,” according to the filing.

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