Warren Moon, a former Edmonton Eskimos star who quarterbacked the team to five Grey Cup championships in the 1970s and 1980s, is facing allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct in a civil lawsuit filed this week by a woman who worked for a sports marketing firm that lists him as its president.
Haskill also alleges that she filed a complaint to the company about Moon's behavior in October and was demoted, per Whitlock.
When Haskell first complained to Moon about his business trip demands, he said her job depended on her compliance and that his assistant before her had "accepted the same arrangement", according to the lawsuit. Oh, and he's on the board of trustees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
According to the lawsuit, the Times reports, Mr. Moon required Ms. Haskell to wear a thong and share his bed in hotels, grabbed her crotch during a trip to Seattle, and on a trip to Mexico slipped a drug into her drink and pulled off her bathing suit.
The lawsuit says that, on October 6, Haskell told Moon that "while she loved working at S1M, she was very uncomfortable with the travel sleeping arrangements and shower protocol".
Haskell has asked for a jury trial against Moon, who now works for the Seahawks' official radio network.
"She was expecting to further her career in the sports marketing industry", Fitzgerald told The Post. Moon's former executive assistant at his Sports 1 Marketing firm filed a lawsuit against him this week. "She had no idea that her job duties were going to involve that kind of perverse protocol".
Moon played the first six seasons of his professional football career in the Canadian Football League, and won championships in two of those seasons.
Moon, 61, has a history of off-field issues with women.
The latest disturbing sexual harassment allegations are against famed former NCAA, CFL and National Football League quarterback and current Seattle Seahawks' broadcaster Warren Moon (seen above during agent Leigh Steinberg's 2017 Super Bowl party).
Earlier in the same year, a Vikings cheerleader accused him sexual harassment in a case that was settled out of court.