Two women who have come forward and given sworn affidavits accusing Steven Seagal of making unwanted sexual advances toward them never even worked for the actor, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
One of the women is Blair Robinson, Ray Charles’ granddaughter. She and another woman gave affidavits supporting a lawsuit filed by Kayden Nguyen, who claims Seagal sexually harassed her and is involved in sexual trafficking of women.
But despite the fact that Robinson says she worked for Seagal, the actor’s attorney says she did not.
“She was never hired and nothing inappropriate happened,” said Marty Singer, who is representing Seagal. What’s more, he points out that there are several witness who can corroborate nothing untoward happened between Robinson and Seagal.
Robinson auditioned to be a singer for Seagal in 2004. At the time she was never alone with him.
A month later she tried to get a job with Seagal as an assistant. But she was never hired, we’ve learned, despite the fact that she says she worked for him.
Her affidavit was collected by Bill Waldo, attorney for Nguyen.
When she returned to apply for the assistant job she was also never alone with Seagal, RadarOnline.com learned. The woman who filed the second affidavit also never worked for Seagal.