Emilio Garcia, the former cameraman of Megan Thee Stallion, the US rapper, has filed a lawsuit against her over alleged sexual harassment.


According to NBC News, Garcia started working for the rapper as her cameraman in 2018 and remained in the role full-time until June 2023.

In the suit filed through his lawyers in a Los Angeles court on Tuesday, Garcia claimed he was “forced to watch Megan have sex with a woman”.

He said the incident allegedly happened inside a moving vehicle in 2022 when they travelled to Ibiza, Spain.


Garcia said he was “shocked by the overall audacity” of the rapper to “do this right beside me”.

He said he was left feeling “embarrassed, mortified and offended” after the incident.

In the suit, Garcia claimed during the trip, he was “taunted about my weight” and Megan made “fat-shaming comments” about him.


He alleged that the rapper told him to “spit your food out” and “you don’t need to be eating”.

The suit claimed Megan’s behaviour “created a hostile and abusive work environment” for Garcia, “making the conditions of his employment intolerable”.

“After a night out, plaintiff, Stallion and three other women were riding in a SUV together,” the lawsuit reads.

“Suddenly, Stallion and one of the other women start having sex right beside the plaintiff.


“Plaintiff could not get out of the car as it was moving and he was in the middle of nowhere in a foreign country.”

The lawsuit includes allegations of breaches of employment law for which Garcia is seeking financial compensation.

He also claimed he missed out on healthcare benefits after his role was “misclassified” as an independent contractor.

Garcia alleged that after the trip, he was told by Megan’s management, Roc Nation, that his services were no longer required.


He claimed that the termination of his employment was “in retaliation for my complaints of wage and hour violations”.

“More than once, Stallion interrupted plaintiff during dinner and demanded that he immediately shift his focus to assist with her TikTok creative ideas,” the suit reads.

Reacting to the lawsuit, Alex Spiro, Megan’s attorney, described it as “salacious accusations”.

“This is an employment claim for money with no sexual harassment claim filed and with salacious accusations to attempt to embarrass her. We will deal with this in court,” Spiro said.


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