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Robert De Niro’s ex -employee, who countersued the actor, in Manhattan federal court for alleged discrimination, violations of wage, is on the lookout for the “Ere” a star court case against her dismissed, according to a new report.
Per Variety, the lawyers for Graham, Chase, Robinson filed a motion this week, saying the Oscar-winner’s suit should be dismissed or stayed until a final decision is made on his claims.
In the court papers, the mall, Robinson ” s lawyers argued that, de Niro’s company, Channel Productions, “in a criminal complaint filed, the first in retaliation after learning that they will pursue legal action,” Variety reported.
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Robert De Niro has been accused of discrimination on the basis of gender and wage violations by a former employee.
In addition, Robinson’s lawyers are to reportedly ask the judge to strike the specific allegations, including the one which Robinson used in the company for the period of time in order to watch the 55 episodes of “Friends” in four days, as well as the claim that it is incorrectly reported as vacation days.
“These are inflammatory accusations, scandalous, and malicious, and to do so in such a way that they ‘went viral,'” according to the motion obtained by the Variation. “The allegations are not relevant to the Channel of complaint, as there is no case law that appears to be watching tv at work could give rise to liability under the legal theories of in-Channel improvement.”
Robinson, who filed her suit in October, it sued De Niro for $12 million. In the mean time, De Niro was initially sued her for $6 million in damages, of which the Robinson’s attorneys, said on Tuesday that must be made for “excessive,” according to Variety.
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In Robinson’s October lawsuit, she claimed that De Niro is routinely subjected her to “vulgar and inappropriate, and gendered comments,” in addition to overloading and underpaying her while she worked for him in his company, Grand Productions, Inc.
Per Variety, the lawyers for Graham, Chase, Robinson filed a motion this week, revealing that the Oscar-winner of the suit is to be dismissed or stayed until a final decision is made on his claims.
According to the suit, obtained by Fox News at the time, Robinson began working for De Niro as an executive assistant in 2008, when she was 25-years-old. She eventually resigned from her position in 2019, with the title of vice president of production and finance, alleged that De Niro is only intended to keep her as his “assistant,” and the routine it gave her demeaning job, and that it was “typical american woman”.
In addition to taking care of the housework in his apartment, the lawsuit alleged that “De Niro would direct Mrs. Robinson to have any scratches on the back, button his shirts, fix his collar, tie his ties, and prod him awake as he lay in bed. De Niro also was out of work while his friend, a hit, Mrs. Robinson, on her butt.”
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Robinson also claimed in the lawsuit, the 76-year-old actor would have to pee in a phone call with her, and in her face, only dressed in a pair of pyjamas or a bath robe.
De Niro has also been accused of using offensive language in reference to Robinson and others. In the lawsuit, said he, allegedly, verbally assaulted her using gendered terms, such as “b—-,” “brat,” and it referred to a female partner as a “c -.” She claimed that the actor’s wildest rants was when he was in a daze.
“De Niro is also underpaid, Mrs. Robinson, and was based on her sex. De Niro insisted on the payment to Mrs Robinson to be less than a man, whose job does not require any greater skill, effort or responsibility than that of Mrs. Robinson’s position,” according to the complaint. “For the purpose of defending his conduct, De Niro claimed gender-laden stereotypes, and implied that the male head of household earned more than Mrs. Robinson, a woman with no children.
Robinson’s filing asks for damages, including back pay, front pay, compensatory damages, and punitive damages.
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In the case of Robinson, which came in response to the previous suit, De Niro raised against its $6 million after she ended her employment with him, and fosse’s Productions. De Niro’s suit accuses Robinson of the improper use of the company credit card, stealing your frequent flier miles for personal travel, and the use of company time to watch TV, including 55 episodes of “Friends” (in four days).
In its filing, Robinson denies all the allegations.
Reps for De Niro, do not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report