Earlier today, we reported that a pair of women have stepped up and added their names to the lawsuit Kayden Nguyen has filed against Steven Seagal.
We can now identify one of these females as Blair Robinson, the granddaughter of legendary singer Ray Charles.
According to TMZ, Robinson first met Seagal at her Charles' funeral in 2004. Innocent enough, right? It gets a lot shadier from there...
Following the funeral, Robinson claims she was invited to the actor's residence to discuss a job opportunity. Too bad she didn't have Kayden Nguyen to warn her about what might happen next.
In her sworn declaration, Blair says she accepted an offer as Seagal's assistant. On her very first day of work, the actor reportedly came to her room; said she was required to give him massages; and then offered to teach her the proper method for these acts.
"It became clear to me that he wanted and expected sexual favors as part of my job duties," Blair alleges in the documents, adding that she quit after the first day.
Seagal's attorney denies these claims. But if any of these allegations are true, Steven Seagal: Lawman becomes an even more misleading show than Keeping Up with the Kardashians.