A lawyer for the woman accusing Robert De Niro of sex harassment and discrimination has not withdrawn after the actor's camp had called that action "absurd" by De Niro's former assistant.
"Listen to the voicemail," said Alexandra Harwin, a lawyer with Graham Chase Robinson, during a meeting interview with FOX Business on Friday. "The voicemail shows that Mr. De Niro has left them and that what was going on here was insulting and humiliating."
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Robinson was asked to do things that her male counterparts were never asked to do. "The overall work environment was unacceptable."
Robinson was 25 years old when she joined the company in 2008 and worked at De Niro until April 2019. During her tenure, she rose from managing director to production director and vice president of production and finance.
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Robinson said the 76-year-old actor and Hollywood star treated her as his "office woman," according to the federal lawsuit.  "Under these duties, De Niro instructed Ms. Robinson to put down his boxers, hang up his clothes, wash his bedclothes, vacuum his apartment, set his table, mend his clothes, and select presents for his children." 19659011] – Graham Chase Robinson vs. Robert De Niro and Canal Productions, Inc.
Robinson claims that De Niro frequently attacked her DeNiro called her once a "spoiled brat" in a voicemail with swear words when she did not answer his call.
"Once, when she did not answer his call, DeNiro left Mrs. Robinson a voice mail full of explosive devices in which e she's a spoiled brat & # 39; called … said: & # 39; how dare you not respect me? & # 39; and threatened them with the words: "You are an advocate of history."
FOX Business turned to De Niro on Thursday, and his warehouse responded with this message
"The claims of Graham Chase Robinson against Robert De Niro are absolutely absurd. "
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A bombing voicemail was heard around the world, the crazy star of "The Irishman" hit the red carpet for Variety's "Power of New York" event in New York.
The prosecutor's lawyer claims De Niro's crazy tirade was "not an isolated incident." "It was an example among many behaviors that Mr. De Niro has subjected Ms. Robinson to, "she said.
" It was a routine for Mr. De Niro, when he was drunk, to call Mr. Robinson – to call her names, to abuse her, to shut her up insult. "
Harwin told FOX Business De Niro's treatment of Robinson began in her first year of employment. "The work environment worsened considerably over time and eventually became so unbearable that she had no choice but to stop," Harwin said.
"The Harvey tartars of this world should realize that their approach has become extinct and they can no longer intimidate women." You can no longer threaten them.
The lawsuit alleges that Robinson repeatedly complained and told De Niro several times she wanted to resign, Robinson's team said when De Niro learned that his former employee was taking legal action , the multimillionaire first hit and filed his own $ 6 million lawsuit in August 2019 under his company name, Canal Productions.
Canal Productions accused Robinson of stealing hundreds of thousands of company dollars before his sudden resignation. The lawsuit also alleges that Robinson lied to pay for 96 unused vacation days and in one case saw 55 episodes of "Friends" on Netflix during working hours.
Ms. Robinson made public in the public Inter-media retaliatory action and trampled the call of Mrs. Robinson not only the people in the entertainment but also people across the country in all walks of life. "
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Robinson seeks $ 12 million in damages, twice as much as De Niro.