When you go to work, you deserve to feel like you are entering a safe environment where your colleagues will treat you with respect. If anyone makes you feel uncomfortable about yourself sexually—whether verbally, physically or otherwise—you may be able to file a sexual harassment lawsuit with the help of an affordable lawyer.
According to New York Daily News, 25-year-old New Jersey woman Nicoletta Robinson, a former production assistant for the Spike TV reality show "Ink Master," has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against two of the show's judges, Oliver Peck and Chris Nunez.
"On various occasions, including a time while Robinson was driving, Peck would poke and try to tickle Robinson under her arms and on her legs, squeeze her legs and pinch her," states the lawsuit, as noted by the news outlet. Furthermore, Robinson claims that Peck and Nunez "threatened to come into her hotel room, made degrading comments about her and other women, insulted her driving, asked her if she was menstruating and questioned her about anal sex," reports the source.
Robinson alleges that she was terminated from her job after reporting the inappropriate behavior to a supervisor. She is seeking lost wages and unspecified monetary damages.
If you live in Missouri and have been the victim of sexual harassment, wrongful termination or gender discrimination, you may be able to take a stand against the perpetrator and seek damages. Consider scheduling a consultation with an affordable lawyer in Kansas City to get this process going as soon as possible. These experienced, locally based professionals can assess your claim, try your case in court and help you recover damages to which you may be entitled.