A woman who worked as a home nurse to Aaron Spelling sued the Hollywood TV producer alleging sexual harassment.
Charlene Richards, who worked for Spelling between Oct. 4, 2004, and April 24, 2005, said he made numerous unwanted sexual advances during her employment and engaged in other inappropriate behavior.
The suit names as defendants the producer and his wife, Candy, as well as the couple's trust.
Spelling's Los Angeles attorney, Bert Fields, called the lawsuit a "nasty piece of work" and said, "Anyone who knows Aaron knows he is a complete gentleman."
Robert W. Welkos