Despite comments she felt her job was in peril because of her allegations of sexual assault against quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, RadarOnline.com has confirmed that Andrea McNulty is still employed and is well considered by a former boss.
The corporate office of Harrah’s -- the chain where the alleged incident between McNulty and Roethlisberger occurred in July 2008 -- confirmed that McNulty is still employed with them. Stacey Digman, a former boss of McNulty, told RadarOnline.com that McNulty was an “excellent employee.”
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In her lawsuit filed last week in Nevada, McNulty claims that a security guard told her she could be fired if she started any rumors about herself and the quarterback. She also believes employees may have taken files from her computer.
The lawsuit alleges that the pro player forced himself on McNulty in his hotel room after he asked her to come and look at his supposedly broken TV. McNulty was a VIP services manager at the Lake Tahoe location and Roethlisberger was in town playing in a celebrity golf tournament.