A steamy new lawsuit claims Halle Berry’s prominent Hollywood attorney turned one of his fledgling actress clients into a “virtual sex slave” — but the lawyer insists the sordid tale is a shakedown.
The accuser, identified as Jane Doe in her filing, claims lawyer Neil Meyer used his position of power over her career to force her to meet his kinky demands.
“Meyer preyed upon (her) vulnerability and made her his virtual sex slave from on or about late 2009 through December 2013,” the lawsuit states.
She claims Meyer, a graduate of the scandal-scarred Riverdale prep school Horace Mann, sexually assaulted her on multiple occasions in 2010 — including one time at the St. Regis hotel in New York.
“If plaintiff would cry or not manifest pleasure during sexual relations, Meyer would become sexually violent, often physically injuring the plaintiff,” the complaint obtained by the Daily News states.
“Meyer forced plaintiff to accede to sexual acts that plaintiff found repulsive, humiliating, dehumanizing, painful and physically and mentally injurious,” said the lawsuit, which also listed Meyer’s law firm, Stone, Meyer, Genow, Smelkinson and Binder LLP, in the complaint.
Meyer claims the woman is lying to get undeserved hush money.