'Ink Master' Stars, Viacom Hit With Sex Harassment Suit

Law360, New York (March 17, 2014, 8:01 PM EDT) -- A former assistant accused the celebrity judges of Spike TV's tattoo competition show "Ink Master" of sexual harassment Monday, in a New York federal suit that also targets the production company, the network and its parent company, Viacom Inc.

Nicoletta Robinson's complaint claims the reality competition's celebrity judges Chris Nunez and Oliver Peck — described on the show's official website as “tattoo icons” — subjected her to offensive sexual language and unwelcome physical contact while she acted as their chauffeur and errand girl from late October...
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