Action star Steven Seagal made the news a few months ago in the most unsavory way when a former personal assistant accused him of sexual harassment and illegal sexual trafficking.
The lawsuit, which was filed against him by a former model Kayden Nguyen, asked for more than a million dollars worth of damages and resulted to the suspension of his reality TV show Steven Seagal: Lawman.
Fast forward to now however, Nguyen’s lawsuit against the aging hero has been dismissed. Seagal has previously fiercely denied Nguyen’s allegations and claimed that the suit was ridiculous and absurd.
The dismissal of the case, which was granted last Tuesday did not reveal whether Nguyen dropped the case or a settlement has been reached by the complainant and the defendant.
In her lawsuit, Nguyen said that Seagal touched her breasts, and keep putting his hand down her pants and under her skirt. She also alleged that two of Seagal’s Russian employees were also being used for his sexual pleasure.