Actress Kristina Hagan (see photos below) has filed a sexual harassment suit against "Bones" star David Boreanaz.
Kristina, who worked as an extra on the TV show, claims the sexual harassment began during filming on August 21, 2009.
The suit, filed Thursday morning by attorney Gloria Allred, alleges there were several encounters, including an incident in September, 2009, when Kristina was in a car with David and he told her he was "the boss" and could "make things happen for her."
The suit claims David parked the car and "unzipped his pants, pulled out his penis and began stroking it until he ejaculated," after Kristina "pushed him away" when he attempted to kiss her and touch her breasts.
In October, Boreanaz allegedly told Hagan they would have to "cool it" because he and his wife had argued because there were "reports of infidelity" coming out.
Allred issued a statement, saying:
“Today we have filed a lawsuit on behalf of Kristina Hagan, an actress, against David Boreanaz, in employment. Hagan is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federal of Television and Radio Artists.
“She is an actress who is working towards her goals, but who like many other actresses has not be able to achieve them. For that reason she is extremely vulnerable as many actresses are in Hollywood.
“Ms. Hagan’s allegations are set forth her lawsuit. We will have no further comment on them.
“We also represent another woman who has filed a charge of sexual harassment in employment against Mr. Boreanaz. We have asked the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing to investigate. Ms. Hagan is looking forward to her day in court.”
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