Megan Thee Stallion Denies Accusations From Former Cameraman, Who Filed Lawsuit For Harassment & Hostile Work Environment

Megan Thee Stallion is denying the accusations that her former cameraman has put forth, which included forcing him to watch her have sex with another woman.

The man named Emilio Garcia filed a lawsuit today stating that the Houston rapper trapped him inside a moving vehicle while they were overseas in a foreign country. Filed to Los Angeles County Superior Court, the details of the lawsuit include harassment and a hostile work environment, in which he recalls her telling him: “don’t ever discuss what you saw.” Garcia claims the “harassment was so severe or pervasive” that made his “working conditions intolerable.” He also claims she went on to criticize and fat shame him.

Garcia began working for Megan Thee Stallion in 2018, quitting the year after to work with Megan full-time. This working relationship continued until June 2023.


According to Page Six, Megan’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, states: “This is an employment claim for money — with no sexual harassment claim filed and with salacious accusations to attempt to embarrass her. We will deal with this in court.”

The incident Garcia refers to occurred during one of her tour stops in Ibiza, Spain.

“I felt uncomfortable,” Garcia told NBC News. “I was kind of frozen, and I was shocked. At kind of just the overall audacity to do this right, right beside me.”

Not only was Garcia traumatized from the incident, but he claims he’s been dealing with several mental health issues as a result, including “mounting anxiety, depression and physical distress stemming.”

After the incident, Garcia says Megan lowered his monthly rate of $4,000 to a “pay-per-task” system.

Garcia also sues Megan Thee Stallion Entertainment, Inc., Hot Girl Touring, LLC, and Roc Nation for harassment and other labor code violations.