Pinay nanny sues actress Sharon Stone for maltreatment, claims she was "subjected to derogatory comments about her Filipino heritage"

The Los Angeles Times reports that Erlinda T. Elemen, who is described as "a former live-in housekeeper and nanny for Hollywood actress Sharon Stone," filed a case against her former employer at the Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, May 23 (Los Angeles time).

The Los Angeles Times reports that Erlinda T. Elemen, who is described as "a former live-in housekeeper and nanny for Hollywood actress Sharon Stone," filed a case against her former employer at the Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, May 23 (Los Angeles time). According to Elemen, she was "fired for accepting overtime pay and repeatedly subjected to derogatory comments about her Filipino heritage and religious beliefs."

In her nine-page civil complaint, Elemen further claimed that "Stone made comments that equated being Filipino with being stupid." Elemen also added that "the actress told her not to speak in front of her children so they would ’not talk like you.’"

According to the report, the suit, which "asks for an unspecified amount for unpaid wages, damages and penalties," also alleges that Stone "repeatedly criticized Elemen’s religious beliefs and once forbade her from reading the Bible in Stone's house." The report noted that "an attorney for Stone could not immediately be reached for comment."

 

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