Graham Chase Robinson (19659006). Robinson was asked to do what her male colleagues had never asked her to do, like scratching Mr. De Niro's back, fastening buttons, tying ties, ”she added. "The whole work environment was unacceptable."
Robinson was 25 years old when she began working with the company in 2008 and worked with De Niro until April 2019. During her tenure, she went through executive assistant positions as Production Director and Vice President of Production and Finance.
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Robinson said the 76-year-old actor and a torn Hollywood star were "dating" .
"Among these duties, De Niro ordered Mrs. Robinson to remove his boxers, hang up his clothes, wash sheets, clean his apartment, set his desk, repair his clothes and choose gifts for his children."  – Graham Chase Robinson v. Robert De Niro and Canal Productions, Inc.
Robert De Niro / June 2018 (Photo by Michael Star) (AP)
Robinson claims that De Niro often went ballistic with her, once calling her a "spoiled brother" by voicemail that didn't swear when she didn't answer his phone call, according to
"One day, when she did not receive his phone call, DeNiro left Mrs. Robinson a voicemail filled with expletives in which he called her a" spoiled brother "… saying" how dare you disrespect me "and threatened her by saying that" you're going through a story ""
FOX Business addressed De Niro on Thursday, and his camp responded with this status.
"The allegations made by Graham Chase Robinson against Robert De Niro go beyond the absurd."
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The prosecutor's lawyer claims that De Niro's maniacal tirade "was not isolated" "It was one of many examples of Mr. De Niro's behavior to Ms. Robinson," she said.
"It was a common thing for Mr De Niro to call Mr Robinson – to call her names, scold her, curse at her."
Harvin told FOX Business De Niro that Robinson's treatment began within the first year of work. "The work environment has worsened over time and over time has become so unbearable that it has no choice but to quit," Harvin said.
"Harvey Weinstein of this world must realize that their approach is extinct. You can no longer intimidate women. You can no longer threaten them."
The lawsuit states that Robinson complained repeatedly, and repeatedly told De Niro that he wanted to resign. The Robinson team said that when De Niro learned that his former employee was taking legal action, the multimillionaire first struck and filed his own $ 6 million lawsuit in August 2019 under the name of his company Canal Productions.
Canal Productions accused Robinson of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars of a company before suddenly resigning. The lawsuit also alleges that Robinson lied to be paid for 96 unused vacation days and, in one case, watched 55 episodes of "Friends" on Netflix during business hours.
"At the end of the day, it was Mr De Niro who put Mrs. Robinson in the public eye. He filed a lawsuit that was considered by all media outlets and trampled on Mrs. Robinson's reputation not only for the entertainment industry, but also for people across the country at every stage of life. " FAX BUSINESS WARNING CLICK HERE
Robinson claims $ 12 million in damages, twice what De Niro claims.