She complained to Stacy Friend, who oversees Combs’ estate, but the behavior wasn’t addressed, the suit says.
Rueda “alleges that because of her complaints regarding pay an her complaints about the regular exposure to sexual activity and harassing conversations, she was lured into a situation where she could be accused of theft and ultimately terminated,” says the suit says, which seeks a jury trial to recover lost wages and other damages.
The suit filed by Los Angeles attorneys James Blancarte and Cristal Cabrera says Rueda suffered harm to her reputation, shame, mortification or hurt feelings.
Rueda was regularly summoned by Combs to prepare and serve entrees and appetizers to him and his guests “while Mr. Conmbs and/or his guests were engaged in or immediately following sexual activity,” the 20-page complaint says.
“On no less than one occasion when [Rueda] was summoned by Mr. Combs to serve him a post coital meal, as [she] entered the room, Mr. Combs was naked and made comments about his body to [Rueda] and ultimately asked the visibly uncomfortable Plaintiff [if] she was attracted to or liked his naked body.”
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