De Niro Being Sued By Female VP for $12 Million, Accused of “Unwanted Physical Contact” and “Harassment”

Hollywood Icon Robert De Niro, a vocal critic of President Trump is being sued by Graham Chase Robinson, a former female VP for “gender discrimination, harassment, unwanted physical contact and being verbally abusive.”

Robinson is seeking $12 million in damages.


De Niro recently unleashed a vulgar tirade against President Trump and Fox News critics of his.


Yahoo reports Robert De Niro has been accused by a former female vice president at Canal Productions of gender discrimination, harassment, unwanted physical contact and being verbally abusive in a new lawsuit, which De Niro’s lawyer has referred to as “beyond absurd.”

Graham Chase Robinson, who in 2017 was the vice president of production and finance at Canal Productions, filed the lawsuit Thursday in response to a previous lawsuit De Niro filed in August for $6 million, alleging that she embezzled money from the company and binge watched excessive amounts of “Friends” on Netflix while on the job.

Robinson says in the lawsuit that De Niro “took a page out of the Bill O’Reilly playbook and treated her as though she was his ‘office wife.’” She’s seeking $12 million in damages.

“For many, the ‘good old days’ were really the bad old days. Sexism and sex stereotyping were commonplace, and a patriarchal sensibility was pervasive among the nation’s powerbrokers,” the lawsuit reads. “Robert De Niro is someone who has clung to old mores. He does not accept the idea that men should treat women as equals. He does not care that gender discrimination in the workplace violates the law. Ms. Robinson is a casualty of this attitude.”

“The allegations made by Graham Chase Robinson against Robert De Niro are beyond absurd,” De Niro’s attorney, Tom Harvey, said in a statement.

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