Megan Thee Stallion’s Former Cameraman Sues Her For Harassment, Says He Was Forced To Watch Rapper Have Sex

by Grace Somes
Megan Thee Stallion and Emilio Garcia: || Image credit: @theestallion

Emilio Garcia, Megan Thee Stallion’s former personal cameraman, filed a lawsuit alleging a hostile work environment and sexual harassment.

According to documents obtained by the media, Emilio Garcia claimed he was once trapped inside a moving vehicle with the ‘Hiss’ artist. At the same time, Megan Thee Stallion was having sex with another woman in the car.

The cameraman, Emilio Garcia, asserted in a 42-page complaint filed on Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court that Megan engaged in sexual relations with two women in a moving car and the woman in front of him in June 2022 while on tour in Ibiza, Spain. 

The court documents state that after a night out, the duo and three other women were riding in an SUV together when “suddenly Stallion and one other woman start[ed] having sex right beside Garcia.”  

The cameraman alleged that he “could not get out of the car as it was both moving, and he was in the middle of nowhere in a foreign country.” He claimed he was “embarrassed, mortified, and offended throughout the ordeal.”

Garcia disclosed in the lawsuit Megan Thee Stallion allegedly told him, “Don’t ever discuss what you saw,” and then she allegedly called him a “fat B-tch” and other derogatory remarks.

He insisted in the legal documents that “working conditions were intolerable” because of “pervasive or severe harassment,” which created a “hostile, abusive work environment.”

Garcia alleges that he was consistently refused meals or rest periods.

Megan’s lawyer referred to Garcia’s lawsuit as “an employment claim for money—with salacious accusations to attempt to embarrass her and no sexual harassment claim filed.” He stated that legal action will be taken.

According to the lawsuit, Garcia started working as a personal cameraman for Megan Thee Stallion, whose real name is Megan Pete, in 2018. He quit his job in 2019 to focus on the gig with the Grammy winner full-time and stayed with her until June 2023.

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