Former Sharon Stone’s nanny files law suit over deragatory comments

By Roy Denish

Los Angeles, California: A Filipino woman employed as a nanny for the past five years with “irreconcilable differences” actress Sharone Stone filed a law suit in the LA superior court on Wednesday claiming that the actress repeatedly made derogatory comments.

In a nine-page law suit, Erlinda Elemen alleged that she was subjected for numerous derogatory comments related to her race and heitage and the actress violated California’s labor laws.

Elemen begun her career as a live-in nanny in 2008 caring for Stone’s three children and traveling widely with them for extended periods of time.

In response, a representative for Stone issued this statement: “This is an absurd lawsuit that has been filed by a disgruntled ex-employee who is obviously looking to get money any way she can. After she was terminated approximately one and a half years ago, she filed claims for alleged disability and workers compensation. Now, she is obviously looking for another opportunity to cash in. This is a frivolous lawsuit for absurd claims that are made up and fabricated. Sharon Stone will be completely vindicated in court.”

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