September 25, 2012

Lady Gaga vs Former Assistant

In the not too distant past, Lady Gaga was sued by former personal assistant Jennifer O'Neill over unpaid overtime wages.  O'Neill's and her lawyer are seeking access to a series of unpublished photos taken by Terry Richardson for Stefani's "Look at Me Everybody" book.   Stefani's camp refused to hand over the pictures because as Stefani puts it "they are personal and private".  O'Neill says  Lady Gaga's privacy claims are "ludicrous" and argued in court that Stefani 'exposes herself in all manner of bizarre and intimate ways for the world to see every day.’

O'Neill claims that she was at Stefani's beckon call 24 hours a day; required to be by Stefani's side and going above and beyond what is considered normal for a personal assistant.  O'Neill states “I was glued to Ms Germanotta to such an extent that at one point I was asked … to step back so that I would not in the way during photo shoots.”

O'Neill allegedly appears in many of the photos. Her legal team wants access to the pictures believing they can be submitted to court as evidence of the ridiculous hours and demands made of  O'Neill by the pop tart.  

O'Neill claims that there were no breaks for meals or sleep and that she was needed for Stefani's “spontaneous, random matters in the middle of the night.”

She says she worked for thirteen months and had to do all sorts chores, including standing outside Gaga's shower holding a towel, waiting for her to exit so she could hand it to her immediately and “serving as a personal alarm clock to keep [Gaga] on schedule.”
  I guess you would need someone to tell time for you when you're high on coke and drunk on whiskey all the time.

O'Neill says she is owed $380,000 in unpaid overtime.  Chump change for the animal killer.  She hates money right (*cough* perfume line), so she really shouldn't mind happily giving the woman what she earned.  

O'Neill is right.  Stefani's so called need for privacy is laughable considering the photos in question are from a series of pictures specifically taken to publish in a book and sell to the public.  If Lady Gaga can be "private in public", she can be "private in court".

Time for this pond scum to go away.   I love when she shows her true colors. 

Here....laugh at Gaga almost falling when she left her perfume launch in Paris.  Hey people standing off the to the time throw marbles!!