Former Eskimos star Warren Moon sued for sexual harassment

Former Eskimos star Warren Moon sued for sexual harassment

Haskill also alleges that she filed a complaint to the company about Moon's behavior in October and was demoted, per Whitlock.

Moon then played three seasons with the Vikings, two with the Seattle Seahawks and two with the Kansas City Chiefs. She also accused Moon of drugging a drink of hers during an October trip to Mexico.

The plaintiff, Wendy Haskell, 32, was hired as Moon's executive assistant in July and traveled with him on a weekly basis for speaking engagements, charity events and personal appearances, according to the lawsuit.

According to The Seattle Times, Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Moon is being sued by a California woman who alleges that the former quarterback sexually harassed here.

A publicist at Moon's company did not respond to Whitlock's request for comment.

He was accused of sexual harassment in 1995 by a Vikings cheerleader and settled out of court. Though his wife never ended up pressing charges, he was charged with assault but acquitted by the jury after Felicia claimed she started the fight.

After a sterling career at the University of Washington, Moon became a pro football legend for his productivity as well as his longevity.


Moon eventually got a chance to play for the Houston Oilers in 1984 and would put up huge passing numbers in the "run and shoot" offense. The couple has been divorced since 2001.

Moon has been accused of sexual harassment and domestic violence in the past.

Haskell's attorney, Diana L. Fitzgerald, told the Washington Post that her client didn't report anything to police at the time because she was probably "scared".

Haskell has asked for a jury trial against Moon, who now works for the Seahawks' official radio network.

Global News called Sports 1 Marketing twice for comment on Wednesday but on both occasions were told nobody was available to speak. He threw for 49,325 yards and 291 touchdowns in the regular season and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2006.

"Whenever Ms. Haskell expressed reservations about these outrageous "job duties", Moon insisted this was "just the way it is", and threatened Ms. Haskell that unless she was "comfortable" with him, he'd "find someone else who was".

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