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EXCLUSIVE: More Of Steven Seagal's Alleged Victims Set To Come Forward, Says Lawyer

Apr. 15 2010, Published 2:50 p.m. ET

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Kayden Nguyen, the woman who filed the sexual trafficking and sexual harassment suit against Steven Seagal earlier this week isn't the only alleged victim coming forward, has learned exclusively.

Nguyen’s attorney has sworn declarations from other Seagal employees – declarations that will be damaging to the actor, he tells

Pictures of Kayden Nguyen By Todd c Hartman

William Waldo, Nguyen's attorney tells exclusively, "Several of Seagal's other victims have already come to my office and submitted sworn declarations detailing the facts of Seagal's illegal conduct towards them."

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Waldo wouldn't elaborate on the alleged victims, only to say that they had come forward after the lawsuit was filed against Seagal.

Meanwhile, production on Seagal's hit A & E reality show, Steven Seagal: Lawman, which follows Seagal's job as a reserve deputy in New Orleans, has been halted

Seagal's attorney, Marty Singer, issued a statement that Nguyen was fired for illegal activity and is merely a disgruntled ex-employee. But Waldo tells that is far from the truth. "The lie that was in Seagal's press release that my client was fired for using illegal narcotics doesn't pass the stupid test," Waldo told



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