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The libidinous Tom Ford manager who boasted to a seamstress that vibrators were her favorite accessories, according to a lawsuit, now being accused by another tailor to say: “I need sex every day. I can’t live without.”

The high-fashion house is facing a second suit by two tailors, including one that fittings for actor will Smith, former Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez and even Tom Ford himself. The ex-workers say in their new Manhattan Supreme Court suit that they have their work more than 54-year-old changes manager Tatjana Gleyzerman of the sexual excesses.

Hamid Saib, who worked with Smith and A-Rod, was canned in May after complaining that Gleyzerman mistreated him because he was a Muslim, according to his suit.

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Saib claims that the manager attempted to kiss him on the mouth of a colleague’s birthday party last year.

When Saib, who is married, rejected her advances, Gleyzerman replied, “I know that you can’t do because of your religion.”

ly on the size Tachmina Sharipova says that they stop after Gleyzerman asked her how long she went without sex after separation from her husband. When Sharipova, who is also Muslim, said her religion does not allow sex outside of marriage Gleyzerman allegedly responded, “I need sex every day. I can’t live without.”

A spokeswoman for Tom Ford said, “We are committed to maintaining an inclusive work environment. These claims were not raised by the plaintiffs while under our work, and we believe that they are too little to earn. We will vigorously defend our position in court.”

The two tailors’ suit comes a month after a Tom Ford seamstress called Ekaterina Angert took the designer and her ex-boss to court in similar accusations.

“For example, Gleyzerman told [Angert] that she is ‘very hot,’ and that they ‘need sex for breakfast, lunch and dinner,” the first suit said.

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“Gleyzerman also told [Angert] that show that the owner of every sex toy that it is possible to make one’s own’ and ‘today with an iPhone and the technology you can do everything with the sex toys,” that suit says.

Last month Tom Ford spokeswoman called Angert the claims are without merit.

Lawyer Maimon Kirschenbaum represents all three plaintiffs.

“It is sickening that an institution like the Tom Ford let this craziness go on in the front of the nose without stop the discrimination dead in its tracks,” Kirschenbaum said.

“The Management knew about this for some time and just let it get worse and worse as her employees badly,” he added.

This story was previously published in the New York Post.

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