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Robbie Williams ‘Sued By Former Assistant’, Singer’s Wife Ayda Field ‘Accused Of Sexual Harassment’

:  Ayda Field and Robbie Williams attend the TOM FORD Autumn/Winter 2015 Womenswear Collection Presentation at Milk Studios in Los Angeles on February 20, 2015.
: Ayda Field and Robbie Williams attend the TOM FORD Autumn/Winter 2015 Womenswear Collection Presentation at Milk Studios in Los Angeles on February 20, 2015.

Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field are reportedly being sued by a former assistant who claims he was sexually harassed by the singer’s wife.

In his lawsuit, Gilles De Bonfilhs says he was fired in January after a short period of working for the couple.

But during that time he claims he was subjected to a range of sexual misdeeds from the ‘Angels’ singer’s wife, according to TMZ.

Specifically, Bonfilhs claims she walked around in various stages of undress, shared details about her sex life, questioned him about his sex life and asked him to answer questions and comment on her body.

Robbie is named as a defendant, but Bonfilhs makes no sexual harassment allegations against him.

A rep for the singer has strongly denied the accusations in a statement to the Huffington Post, claiming they are ‘entirely without substance’.

The statement reads: “The claims being made by a disgruntled former employee, after he was sacked for serious misconduct, are entirely without substance. Any proceedings will be strenuously defended. There will be no further comment on the matter as it is in the hands of the lawyers.”

The lawsuit isn’t the only fight Robbie has on his hands at the moment – he’s also currently at loggerheads with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page over plans to renovate his London home.

The rock legend is trying to block work the former Take That star has proposed carrying out on his £17.5million London mansion, which he bought following the death of its previous owner, film director Michael Winner.

The rocker, who has lived in the house next door since 1972, fears the proposed work could damage his own house.

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