Steven Seagal is taking legal action against the woman who sued him for sexual harassment and sexual trafficking, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Kayden Nguyen, a 23-year-old former model, sued her former employer Seagal April 12 on six counts, with some shocking allegations.
Now, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively from sources that Seagal is fighting back and will file an arbitration claim for breach of confidentiality agreement against Nguyen.
Seagal filed a motion April 16 to stay Nguyen’s lawsuit and have it moved to arbitration.
The agreement that Nguyen signed with Seagal stipulates that disputes will be settled in arbitration, sources tell RadarOnline.com.
In addition, RadarOnline.com has also learned that Seagal will be seeking attorney’s fees against Nguyen and her lawyer Bill Waldo.
Nguyen’s lawsuit started a bitter war of words between the opposing camps, with Seagal’s attorney Marty Singer claiming the employee was let go for illegal activity.
Waldo denies that accusation and claims he has affidavits from other former employees supporting his client.
Now with Seagal fighting back with a counter action and request for attorney’s fees, the battle is getting more heated and the actor is making it clear he will not allow the disturbing allegations to go unchallenged.
Nguyen claims in court papers that Seagal treated her as his “sex toy” and described other sexual debauchery that allegedly took place at Seagal’s direction.