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08 December 2017, 01:51 | Percy Christensen
Former Seattle Seahawks and Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon is being sued for sexual harassment according to a report
Haskell was hired in July as Moon's executive assistant at Sports 1 Marketing in Irvine, which he started in 2010.
A call by The Associated Press to Moon's agent, Leigh Steinberg, was not immediately returned.
The latest disturbing sexual harassment allegations are against famed former NCAA, CFL and National Football League quarterback and current Seattle Seahawks' broadcaster Warren Moon (seen above during agent Leigh Steinberg's 2017 Super Bowl party).
The Washington Post first reported on the lawsuit Wednesday. He played 10 seasons for the Houston Oilers, three seasons for the Minnesota Vikings and spent two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs and the Seahawks.
Moon works as a color commentator for the Seahawks' radio network. Moon's former executive assistant at his Sports 1 Marketing firm filed a lawsuit against him this week. The lawsuit alleges that Haskell was forced to sleep in the same bed with Moon on business trips while wearing lingerie. When she asked if he put something in her drink, Moon admitted to doing so, she said, telling her he did so because he thought she wasn't "having fun".
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Fitzgerald told The Washington Post that Haskell did not report any of Moon's conduct, including the alleged sexual battery, to police. She also accused Moon of grabbing her crotch this year during a trip to Seattle.
Additionally, the lawsuit claims Haskell was required to keep the bathroom door unlocked while she showered and Moon repeatedly entered the room.
"Whenever [the assistant] expressed reservations about these outrageous "job duties, ' Moon insisted this was "just the way it is, ' and threatened [the assistant] that unless she was 'comfortable" with him, he'd 'find someone else who was.' Moon insisted these 'requirements" were part of the job, and made clear that [the assistant]'s employment depended on her acceptance and compliance with Moon's lascivious behavior, demands and orders". Haskell says she was demoted after making the complaints. He retired in 2000 at age 44 and was inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006. The former University of Washington star led the team to a 1978 Rose Bowl victory.
Diana Fitzgerald also told Global News she had not pursued criminal charges at this time and that they "have not made a decision as far as the criminal aspect of the case". He went undrafted by the NFL and led Edmonton to five Canadian Football League titles.
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