One particularly colorful paragraph alleges that:
Plaintiff was harassed and disparaged . . . based on his refusal to go along with [his supervisors'] degenerate conduct, visits to strip bars, participation in getting drunk, stoned or intoxicated on cocaine, to participate in sexual conduct at the trailer, and other dangerous conduct.The plaintiff also alleges his supervisors were drinking Tequila and getting in some target practice with throwing knives on set. And, of course, derogatory name-calling, sexual escapades on the set with co-workers, and "frequently talking about Sadism & Masochism."
In case you were worried, the Complaint also alleges that House was renewed for a seventh season. Although it sounds like the real action is taking place behind the scenes!
Notes: Complaint provided by TMZ (in case the giant 9-line high x entire page-width "TMZ" watermark wasn't a giveaway). And these are just allegations in a complaint. There has been no finding of liability or other confirmation of the allegations at this time.
Posted by Philip Miles, an employment lawyer with McQuaide Blasko in State College, Pennsylvania.