Singer denys sex harassment accusations.
Take That star and singer Robbie Williams and his wife said they will “strenuously” defend themselves against claims of sexual harassment from a previous worker. De Bonfilhs, who was fired for serious misconduct, has filed a US lawsuit alleging Robbies wife Ayda walked around half naked and asked him about sex. A spokeswoman for Williams says: “The claims are entirely without substance.”
He is also suing for alleged discrimination, breach of employment contract, fraud and record-keeping violations, as singer Robbie, 41, and Ayda, 35, guaranteed his job would last six months. The former PA and house manager to the couple wants financial damages from the couple but was fired in January after three months.
A spokeswoman for Robbie said: “The claims being made by a disgruntled former employee, after he was sacked for serious misconduct, are entirely without substance. “Any proceedings will be strenuously defended. There will be no further comment on the matter as it is in the hands of the lawyers.”