Woman sues top talent agency claiming executives tried to fondle her ...

A female talent agent claims she was sexually harassed by executives at one of 's top talent agencies who tried to fondle her, demanded sex, and called her a 'c***' – then told her to keep quiet when she was sexually assaulted by a client, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Executives at the Agency for the Performing Arts, which represents Kiefer Sutherland, Gary Oldman, Jeff Bridges and rappers 50 Cent and T.I., are being sued for sexual harassment and gender violence by the former executive assistant and talent agent who says she was forced out for telling the truth about what happened to her.

The company's president and CEO, Jim Gosnell, and two other bosses are accused of a litany of misconduct by the woman, who is suing as a Jane Doe.

One boss, she alleges in her court action, tried to squeeze her saying they 'are not real,' another demanded oral sex, called her a c*** and said: 'You must suck black c***s to sign clients.'

According to her claims, another asked 'what color are you wearing?' and told her: 'You make me so hard.'

And she says Gosnell, the CEO, called her an 'icy cold c***' and threw a stapler at her head.

Executives at the Agency for the Performing Arts are being sued for sexual harassment and gender violence by a former executive assistant and talent agent who says she was forced out for telling the truth about what happened to her. The company's president and CEO, Jim Gosnell (pictured), and two other bosses are accused of a litany of misconduct by the woman

Executives at the Agency for the Performing Arts are being sued for sexual harassment and gender violence by a former executive assistant and talent agent who says she was forced out for telling the truth about what happened to her. The company's president and CEO, Jim Gosnell (pictured), and two other bosses are accused of a litany of misconduct by the woman

She was even sexually assaulted by the chief operating officer of a client company but told by her own bosses that she would be fired if she went to police, she alleges in court papers filed Wednesday in Los Angeles.

The suit claims the executives at the Beverly Hills based agency - which handles other big names including Ceelo Green, Tyga, Criss Angel, Wesley Snipes, Blondie, Judas Priest, Mary J. Blige, Nickelback, and DJ Paul Oakenfold - felt so 'protected' by the company and its senior management and HR and legal departments, that they felt comfortable sending a series of lewd and threatening texts to the woman.

The suit claims Josh Humiston, APA's head of music, subjected Jane Doe to 'crude and sexual comments and overtures' he made during her time working at the company.

In early May 2015, just weeks after the woman started her position as executive assistant to the CEO, Humiston said to her: 'I know your are not real,' before reaching out to squeeze them.

'Plaintiff moved out of the way in just enough time to avoid Humiston's grasp,' the suit claims.

The suit claims that following the incident - on a weekly and often daily basis - Humiston asked and even demanded that the woman have sex with him or pleasure him orally.

It's alleged Humiston made further several 'offensive and disparaging' remarks to the employee during office hours including: 'I didn't marry a Jewish b***h like you because they don't take it up the a**,' and 'If you don't f**k me you'll never make agent.'

The senior staffer also sent vile texts, included as exhibits in the legal filing, in which he says: 'If you f**k me, I'll convince Jim (the CEO) to pay you more money.'

Another text seen by DailyMail.com read: 'Your body is so hot, I've never seen you in a bikini. You should come over to my pool.' 

The suit claims Josh Humiston (pictured), APA's head of music, subjected Jane Doe to 'crude and sexual comments and overtures' he made during her time working at the company. The suit claims on a weekly and often daily basis, Humiston asked and even demanded that the woman have sex with him or pleasure him orally

The suit claims Josh Humiston (pictured), APA's head of music, subjected Jane Doe to 'crude and sexual comments and overtures' he made during her time working at the company. The suit claims on a weekly and often daily basis, Humiston asked and even demanded that the woman have sex with him or pleasure him orally

The senior staffer also allegedly sent vile texts (pictured), included as exhibits in the legal filing, in which he says: 'If you f**k me, I'll convince Jim (the CEO) to pay you more money.' But when the employee rebuffed his unwanted advances Humiston, it's alleged, turned nasty

The senior staffer also allegedly sent vile texts (pictured), included as exhibits in the legal filing, in which he says: 'If you f**k me, I'll convince Jim (the CEO) to pay you more money.' But when the employee rebuffed his unwanted advances Humiston, it's alleged, turned nasty 

But when the employee rebuffed his unwanted advances Humiston, it's alleged, turned nasty.

'You're a f**king c**t. You must suck black c**ks... to sign clients,' he wrote in one sinister text, according to court documents.

In another text included in the complaint, he allegedly wrote: 'I'm going to get you fired b***h. I know you suck p***y and c**k.'

The suit - filed by attorneys Ben Meiselas and Michael Popok - states that Jane Doe repeatedly reported Humiston's unwanted sexual harassment and boorish remarks to her boss Gosnell and APA's head of human resources, Joanne Johnson, but neither disciplined the exec.

The employee claims she later discovered Gosnell and Johnson were engaged in a secret love affair which, the suit suggests, might explain why nothing was done.

Instead her complaints were dismissed and she was told it was part of life working at a top talent agency and that she 'better get used to it', the suit claims.

The legal paperwork alleges Humiston wasn't alone in his disturbing behavior.

The filing also names Paul Santana, vice president of APA's talent department, who it's claimed would 'routinely make wildly inappropriate and sexually demeaning' comments towards the woman.

The comments included: 'Your booty looks so hot today,' and you make me so hard' and 'what color are you wearing.'

The suit alleges Santana 'incessantly texted and verbally made sexually graphic remarks' to the female employee.

'...you make me so horny. Right across from me all day (;) all the thoughts are running through my head,' read one lewd text message from Santana.

The filing also names Paul Santana (pictured), vice president of APA's talent department, who it's claimed would 'routinely make wildly inappropriate and sexually demeaning' comments towards the woman

The filing also names Paul Santana (pictured), vice president of APA's talent department, who it's claimed would 'routinely make wildly inappropriate and sexually demeaning' comments towards the woman

The suit alleges Santana 'incessantly texted and verbally made sexually graphic remarks' to the female employee

The comments included: 'Your booty looks so hot today,' and you make me so hard' and 'what color lingerie are you wearing'

The suit alleges Santana 'incessantly texted and verbally made sexually graphic remarks' to the female employee (left and right). The comments allegedly included: 'Your booty looks so hot today,' and you make me so hard' and 'what color are you wearing'

In another obtained by DailyMail.com, he said: 'If I take you on a weekend getaway, I could finally live out these fantasies I have for you,' adding in other messages: '...come on. Your a** looks so hot in those jeans,' and 'Do you know how hard I am right now? All for you?'

When the woman texted back stating clearly, 'PAUL STOP! I want you to stop NOW. You're married and this is not wanted,' his churlish response was: 'Those are just the logistics sexy. Let me deal with the wife.'

Sadly for Jane Doe her senior boss Gosnell wasn't much easier to deal with.

She claims she was forced to endure Gosnell's mood swings, which, the suit claims, would manifest themselves into 'violent, physical bursts of anger,' including, on multiple occasions calling her a 'b***h' and a 'f***ing c**t'.

 Your a** looks so hot

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