LOS ANGELES, CA – A former Hollywood action star is facing an uncertain future due to some serious allegations!
Steven Seagal never shattered any box-office records, but he was known for his tough-guy, action roles in Hollywood. Seagal has recently surged back to popularity thanks to his hit show “Steven Seagal Lawman” which airs on A&E. The future of that show is in question now as the plague has been pulled on the second season due to sexual harassment accusations against the former star.
Kayden Nguyen is a former assistant who is accusing Seagal of holding her against her will and using her as a sex toy during filming of the show. Nguyen has gone ahead a filed a $1 million suit against the actor.
This is only the tip of the iceberg for Seagal as other sexual allegations loom over the actor. According to an actress who worked with Seagal on the 1991 film “Out for Justice,” Seagal would page young actresses to come to his hotel room or trailer and undress.
The anonymous actress told the NY Post that “Seagal’s type was young, exotic-looking girls. He asked me and three other actresses to parade though his trailer, then asked me to stay.”
“One night, he called me at home,” she told the Post, “He said, ‘Do you want to come to my hotel room?’ I said, ‘I don’t feel comfortable with that.’ He asked if I wanted to perform a sex act on him. I said, ‘I have a boyfriend and you are married.’ Days later I was released – technically, fired.”
Seagal’s lawyer, Marty Singer, calls Nguyen’s allegations “absurd” and questions the credibility of the anonymous actresses’ allegations being that they are 20 years after the incident and she remains unnamed.
For those of you that were fans of Seagal’s new show, the pause button has been hit until these claims have been resolved.