Robbie Williams and Ayda Field DENY sexual harassment of former PA

The ex-employee is suing the couple after being fired for serious misconduct


by Emmeline Saunders |
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Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field are fighting allegations of sexual harassment brought against them by their one-time personal assistant, who claims he was wrongly dismissed.

Gilles De Bonfilhs has submitted legal documents in Los Angeles that allege Ayda used to walk around in a "state of undress" and ask him probing questions about his sex life.

She is also accused of telling him salacious details about her own sex life – though both she and Robbie deny any wrongdoing.

Robbie and Ayda when she was pregnant last year
Robbie and Ayda when she was pregnant last year

While both she and Robbie have been named in the lawsuit, there are no claims against Robbie.

A rep for the couple said the allegations are "entirely without substance" and will be "strenuously defended".

Mr De Bonfilhs only worked for the pair for three months – between October 2014 and January this year – and is seeking £16,000 of damages for his "wrongly terminated" contract.

However, the couple's spokesman claims the ex-PA was fired for "serious misconduct", though no further details were given.

Robbie and Ayda have been together almost ten years, getting married back in 2010 and having their second baby - Charlton Valentine – in October last year to join daughter Theodora.

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