Two women who worked for R&B and hip hop music producer Noel Fisher, aka Detail, said they suffered sexual assault and “pervasive” sexual harassment that forced them to quit their jobs because of emotional distress, according to documents obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com
One of the women claimed Fisher, who produced the mega-hits Drunk in Love and 711 by Beyoncé, penetrated her private parts and the other claimed the recording artist held her down as he masturbated. According to the June 15 affidavit filed by Janae Knox, Fisher allegedly “took advantage of his position of power” over her and “continuously demanded” sexual favors. Knox claims the producer “forcefully” penetrated her and cased her “extreme pain.”
“After Plaintiff repeatedly formed Fisher that his conduct was unwelcomed, Fisher became more hostile towards Plaintiff and berated her and called her a prude,” the affidavit obtained by RadarOnline.com said. “Fisher made it clear that Plaintiff’s job depended on her submission to Fisher’s sexual demands.”
The other woman, Isabella Mack, claimed she worked as a personal assistant for Fisher in August 2017. Fisher told her “her success in the entertainment industry” depended on her submission to his sexual demands, according to the documents.
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During her employment, Fisher allegedly demanded her Mack to pose for nude pictures and videos. Mack said Fisher forced her to show those videos to strangers during recording sessions.
Both women claim they suffered extreme emotional distress and emotional problems. They are suing for assault and battery, sex discrimination, retaliation for opposing discrimination and other claims.
The women are asking for at least $2,000,000 in their lawsuit.
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