A single mom and fitness model claims she felt sexually harassed as a guest on Steve Harvey's talk show.
The woman, Dominique Collier, was invited to a taping of an episode of "Steve Harvey" in 2016 after responding to a casting call for "single professional women who like to show off their looks" and claims she left there feeling sexually harassed, TMZ reported.
She says that Harvey, 61, and the show's producers made her change out of her tasteful outfit and into a halter top and form-fitting skirt before asking the audience to vote on her looks.
The audience's responses included the names: "whore," "slut," "ratchet" and "daddy issues," according to the suit obtained by TMZ.
After the taping in front of a live audience, Collier fired off a cease and desist letter asking the poll to be removed before the show aired on television.
Producers did oblige, but she claims the damage was already done.
Collier said in the suit that she felt humiliated and demeaned and was crying backstage when Harvey walked up to her and handed her the clothes she had arrived in — including her bra and undergarments, according to the gossip site.
She is suing the show's production company Endemol Shine and NBC for at least $2 million.
A spokesperson for "Steve Harvey" and NBC did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.
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