Curry was accused of racial discrimination and sexual harassment in a suit filed on Monday in the Southern District of New York, by his former driver, David Kuchinsky, who had worked for the NBA star for three years.
The lawsuit seeks $68,000 in unpaid wages and $25,000 in expenses that the Kuchinsky claims were not reimbursed, apart from $5 million in damages.
Allegedly, Curry made inappropriate sexual advances on Kuchinsky and exposed himself on two occasions. The lawsuit also claims that Curry referred to Kuchinsky in racially offensive and derogative terms and on one occasion, even pointed a loaded gun at his head.
Curry denied all of Kuchinsky's allegations on Monday night. Chicago based lawyer Kelly Saindon, who is currently representing Curry in the lawsuit claims that Kuchinsky filed the lawsuit because he was fired in October without any notice.
As a result of the sexual harassment lawsuit, Curry may sue Kuchinsky for defamation of character. Saindon stated that she will also file a motion to dismiss Kuchinsky's lawsuit on the basis that it goes against his employment contract according to which any workplace disputes would be resolved before the American Arbitration Association in Chicago.
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