I have often wondered whether a confidentiality agreement can be signed that would prohibit an employee disclosing sexual harassment in the work place. I really do not see how it could. It might be the case that a confidentiality agreement might be signed as part of a settlement where there has been a claim of sexual harassment. Yet, it just does not seem to be legal that an employer could force an employee to sign a confidentiality agreement that prohibits discussing an making a claim regarding workplace sexual harassment.
Steven Seagal. The current news is that he hired a former model, Kayden Nguyen, as a personal assistant. Nguyen was one of two personal assistants that Seagal used."Used" according to Nguyen means as on call 24/7 sex toys. The personal assistance being provided was servicing all of Seagal's sexual needs and desires. The news to-date has not been very detailed on whether Nguyen was made aware of the demands of the position prior to accepting it, nor has the news been very detailed about whether she was remunerated well for the expected contributions she was to make to the workplace.
However, Nguyen has made a claim for USD 1 million against Seagal.
I have always enjoyed Seagal's movies. The senseless and gratuitous violence has always been a good 90 minutes of escaping the real-world and being able to shake your head going, "now that has gotta hurt!" Although there was a stretch of serious moralising in wanting to save the environment and presumably the world. I have to be honest and say that I have not seen a Seagal movie in some time. Apparently most of them now go straight to video. I do not watch a lot of videos / DVDs.