Megan Thee Stallion has been accused of harassment by a former cameraman, who also claims she compelled him to watch her get intimate.

According to documents obtained by the US media, the videographer claims he was once locked inside a moving car with the 'Hiss' singer while she was having sexual relations with another lady.


He now sues the hip-hop artist for harassment and a hostile working environment.

According to court filings, Garcia was on tour with the hip-hop musician in Ibiza, Spain, around June 2022.

After a night out, both persons and three other ladies were riding in an SUV together when "suddenly Stallion and one other woman start[ed] having sex right beside Garcia," according to the documents.

Conversely, Garcia "could not get out of the car as it was both moving, and he was in the middle of nowhere in a foreign country."


Garcia alleges he was "embarrassed, mortified, and offended throughout the whole ordeal."

The next day, Garcia alleges Megan Thee Stallion warned him, "Don't ever discuss what you saw" before she "berated and directed her fat-shaming comments towards Garcia, such as 'Fat B-tch.'"

In an interview with NBC News released Tuesday, Garcia claimed he felt "uncomfortable," "frozen," and "shocked" during the alleged event in the car, adding that he couldn't believe the "audacity to do this right, right beside me."

He further stated that he felt "degraded" by the rapper's alleged fat-shaming statements and was astonished to hear them from "someone who advocates about loving your body."

Megan Thee Stallion's attorney stated in a statement to USA TODAY on Tuesday evening that the complaint is "an employment claim for money − with no sexual harassment claim filed and salacious accusations to attempt to embarrass her."


"We will deal with this in court," attorney Alex Spiro said.

The case was filed on Tuesday, April 23, in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

According to court filings, Emilio Garcia began working for Megan Thee Stallion in 2018 and left his previous employment in 2019 to work full-time for the rapper. He worked for her until June 2023, according to the lawsuit.