Seahawks broadcaster and former Husky star Warren Moon sued for sexual harassment

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Apparently, Moon also told Haskell that her employment depended on her accepting "Moon's lascivious behavior".

Moon, who spent 17 years in the National Football League after winning five Grey Cups in a six-year CFL stint, has denied the allegations.

Haskell, who was hired in July as Moon's executive assistant for his company, Sports 1 Marketing, says she was demoted from that position three months later after voicing complaints about Moon's sexual misconduct. Haskill is accusing him of requiring her to sleep in the bed with him on road trips, along with slipping a drug into her drink and pulling down her bathing suit top in October, and also grabbing her crotch on a different trip, according to The Washington Post's Craig Whitlock. A publicist for the company, which Moon co-founded in 2010, did not return requests for comment to the Seattle Times.

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It was revealed on Wednesday that former Minnesota Vikings signal caller Warren Moon is being sued by one of his former female assistants for sexual harassment.

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.

"Soon after she began her employment, Moon demanded Ms. Haskell submit to a variety of unnerving sexual and perverse controlling arrangements, including sleeping in the same bed with him on all business trips, providing him unfettered access to the bathroom every time she showered, wearing skimpy lingerie while in the obligatory single room, obtaining prior approval for her wardrobe, and being subjected to continuous unwanted and unsolicited sexual advances".

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In May 1995, he was sued by a Vikings cheerleader who accused him of sexual harassment, alleging that he offered her cash for sex. They divorced in 2001.

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".

Moon works as a color commentator for the Seahawks' radio network.

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"She was expecting to further her career in the sports marketing industry", Fitzgerald said. He threw for 49,325 yards and 291 touchdowns in the regular season and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2006.

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