A former cameraman for rapper Megan Thee Stallion has accused her of harassment, claiming that he was forced to watch her engage in sexual activity with another woman.

Emilio Garcia filed a lawsuit accusing the entertainer of harassment and a hostile work environment. 

He alleges that he was trapped inside a moving vehicle with the hip-hop star in a foreign country while she had sex with a woman.


Garcia said in the lawsuit that he traveled with Megan to Ibiza, Spain, in June 2022 and that while in an SUV with Megan and three other women after a night out, Megan and one of the women began to have sex next to him in the moving car.

“I felt uncomfortable, I was kind of frozen, and I was shocked. At kind of just be the overall audacity to do this right, right beside me,” Garcia told NBC News in an interview.

The following day, the rapper asked Garcia whether he was in the car with them the night before, and when he confirmed he was, Megan told him: “Don’t ever discuss what you saw,” the suit states. 


Garcia’s said in his suit that during the same trip, Megan hurled fat-shaming insults at him, calling him a “fat bitch” and telling him to “spit your food out” and “you don’t need to be eating.”

“To hear someone who advocates about loving your body tell me these things,” Garcia said in the interview, “I felt degraded.”

When they returned from the trip, Garcia said in the lawsuit, his compensation structure was changed from a monthly flat rate to a pay-per-task system that required him to submit invoices for each assignment. 

He said he was expected to provide the same services despite the pay structure change, but alleges that he was treated differently following the Ibiza trip and saw a decrease in bookings Megan hired him to do. 

"This is an employment claim for money — with no sexual harassment claim filed and with salacious accusations to attempt to embarrass her. We will deal with this in court," an attorney for Megan Thee Stallion, Alex Spiro, said Tuesday.

Garcia began working for Megan as a personal cameraman in 2018, quit his job in 2019 to pursue the gig with the Grammy winner full-time, and worked for her until June 2023, the lawsuit stated.