Skip to comments.Steven Seagal says he may run for Ariz. governor
Posted on 01/05/2014 9:11:03 AM PST by GregNH
"The martial arts expert is a member of Arpaio's posse"
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He is an egomaniacal dirtbag.
What party? Hello?
I have no idea, but it appears you do...
Actually . . . no!
Well I am sure someone will chime in.
The fake zen master party. No way I’m voting for that douche.
Is there a fringe Wacko Eco-Nut, Animal Rights Party of Hollyweird Buddhists on the ballot in Arizona??
You forgot accused wife beater and serial philanderer.
Thanks anyway, Steven. I will take a real Arizonan — Alice Cooper.
Well, I’m pretty sure Jesse Ventura’s ace Chief of Staff Steven Bosacker is willing to use his skills in Arizona as Seagal’s right hand man.
I was being charitable. lol
Wow, I thought he was an in-shape kind of guy. Shows ya how much I pay attention to Hollywood..
“Martial arts expert.”
Looks like he’s been working on his dining skills too.
I was just reading how sleazy this guy is. PERFECT for the Democrat candidate for POTUS! He’s a Clinton kind of guy!
Allegations and lawsuits
Seagal has often been accused of sexual harassment during his film productions. In May 1991 during the filming of Out for Justice, Warner Brothers employees Raenne Malone, Nicole Selinger, Christine Keeve and another woman accused Seagal of sexual harassment. Malone and another women reportedly received around $50,000 each in return for a pledge of confidentiality in an out of court settlement.
Jenny McCarthy has claimed that Seagal asked her to disrobe for him during an audition for Under Siege 2.
In 1995, Seagal was charged with employment discrimination, sexual harassment and breach of contract. Cheryl Shuman filed a case against Seagal, accusing him of threatening and beating her during the filming of On Deadly Ground. The case was dismissed by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Hiroshi Fujisaki in August 1995 as “repetitive and unintelligible”.
On April 12, 2010, 23-year-old Kayden Nguyen filed a lawsuit against Seagal in Los Angeles County Superior Court claiming sexual harassment, illegal trafficking of females for sex, failure to prevent sexual harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, and false representation about employment, that specified damages exceeding one million dollars.
On April 13, 2010, the day after Nguyen made the claims, Seagal’s attorney, Marty Singer, released this written statement to CBS news: “The lawsuit filed by Kayden Nguyen against Steven Seagal is a ridiculous and absurd claim by a disgruntled ex-employee who was fired for using illegal narcotics.” Seagal personally denied the claims, yet he was forced to suspend his show, Steven Seagal: Lawman, while his attorneys attempted to resolve the case privately. On July 14, 2010, three months after Nguyen made her claims against Seagal, the case was voluntarily dismissed by the plaintiff without any public explanation.
On August 30, 2011, Steven Seagal was threatened with a lawsuit over his part in a police raid that was taped for his A&E reality show. Jesus Sanchez Llovera is seeking $100,000 in damages and wants a “formal written apology” from Seagal to his children for the death of their puppy, “a beloved family pet”. Llovera says his 11-month-old puppy was shot and killed during the raid and that police also killed more than 100 of his roosters.
He's a Putz
He’s a winner. /s
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