A California woman is suing Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon for alleged sexual misconduct and battery when she was employed at his sports marketing firm.
In the lawsuit filed Monday in Orange County, California, 32-year-old Wendy Haskell claims that Moon committed sexual battery after forcefully grabbing her by the crotch during a business trip earlier this year in Seattle.
The suit further alleges that Moon removed her bathing suit during a separate trip to Mexico after slipping a drug into her drink, according to The Washington Post.
Haskell, who was hired at Moon’s firm, Spots 1 Marketing, in July as his executive assistant, claims she was also forced to wear ‘skimpy thong lingerie bottoms’ and share his bed when they traveled together.
The lawsuit claims that she was demoted three months later in October for complaining about Moon’s alleged inappropriate behavior at the firm, The Post reported.
A spokesperson for Spots 1 Marketing, which Moon co-founded in 2010, declined to comment on the allegations.
Moon, 61, has been involved in a number of controversies during his professional football career and later in retirement.
Moon, 61, has been involved in a number of controversies during his professional football career and later in retirement including a domestic incident with his then wife, Felicia (pictured)