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Bre Tiesi sued by former employees who claimed she ‘harassed’ them, caused ‘emotional distress’

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Bre Tiesi has been sued by three of her former employees who claim the “Selling Sunset” star “harassed” them and caused them “emotional distress.”

According to court documents obtained by Page Six, Lucy Poole, Amanda Bustard and Kenneth Gomez filed a suit against their former boss in a Los Angeles court last Thursday, alleging they were subjected to “continuous, pervasive, objectively, and subjectively offensive harassment” during their time working for the real estate agent, whose legal name is Breana Tiesi-Moran.

“Plaintiffs were harassed, discriminated against, and/or retaliated against on the basis of their sex, gender, and/or sexual orientation, and for having repeatedly reported, and demanded cessation of the harassing, discriminatory and retaliatory conduct,” the docs read.

Bre Tiesi in a black dress.
Lucy Poole, Amanda Bustard and Kenneth Gomez claim in the suit obtained by Page Six they were subjected to “continuous, pervasive, objectively, and subjectively offensive harassment” during their time working for the “Selling Sunset” star. bre_tiesi/Instagram
A mirror selfie of Bre Tiesi.
The plaintiffs claimed in the docs they were “harassed, discriminated against, and/or retaliated against on the basis of their sex, gender, and/or sexual orientation.” bre_tiesi/Instagram

After leaving their positions, Poole, Gomez and Bustard claim they “suffered severe emotional distress, loss of earnings, and loss of employment benefits, among other things.”

Poole — who worked as a nanny for Tiesi and Nick Cannon’s 1-year-old son, Legendary, and “suffers a mental disability” — claimed in the lawsuit that she was called several names by the reality star, including a “short bus riding bitch,” a “dodo head” and an “ADHD idiot.”

Poole alleged in court docs that Tiesi, 32, treated her in a “vulgar and violent” manner “if a task was not performed to her satisfaction” and forced her to throw away things in her son’s closet that could “be construed as feminine or girly.”

Bre Tiesi, Nick Cannon and their son, Legendary.
Poole — who worked as a nanny for Tiesi and Nick Cannon’s son, Legendary, and “suffers a mental disability” — claimed in the lawsuit that she was called several names by the reality star, including a “short bus riding bitch.” Instagram/br_tiesi
Bre Tiesi and her son.
Poole also alleged that Tiesi would force her to throw away things in her son’s closet that could “be construed as feminine or girly.” bre_tiesi/Instagram

Tiesi “told Ms. Poole that her child was not going to grow up to be a ‘f—-t.’ Ms. Tiesi-Moran stated these things while knowing Ms. Poole was a member of the LGBTQ community,” the suit read.

Bustard, who worked as Tiesi’s social media manager, claimed in the suit to have also been “subjected to inappropriate and violent behavior by Ms. Tiesi-Moran.”

Bustard claims the mom of one “screamed” at other employees in her presence and allegedly threatened them with physical violence by saying things like, “I’m going to kill her” and “I’m going to slam her head against the wall.”

Bre Tiesi in a white robe.
Bustard, who worked as Tiesi’s social media manager, claimed in the suit to have also been “subjected to inappropriate and violent behavior by Ms. Tiesi-Moran.” bre_tiesi/Instagram
Bre Tiesi in a black bathing suit.
Tiesi allegedly refused to pay Gomez after he would “oppose” her derogatory remarks “and unlawfully terminated him in April 2023 after he complained about not receiving his wages.”

Bustard also claimed Tiesi “used offensive and inflammatory names” when referring to her employees such as “f—-ts,” “r—-d” and “c–t,” according to the lawsuit.

Gomez, who worked as Tiesi’s assistant and stylist, is also described as “a member of the LGBTQ community” in the filing.

“Ms. Tiesi-Moran would repeatedly make derogatory and demeaning comments about members of the LGBTQ community,” he claimed in the suit.

Bre Tiesi in a white robe.
The plaintiffs are seeking more than $4,250,000 million each for damages. bre_tiesi/Instagram
Bre Tiesi, Nick Cannon and their son, Legendary.
They also requested a trial by jury. bre_tiesi/Instagram

Due to Gomez’s opposition, Tiesi allegedly refused to pay him “and unlawfully terminated him in April 2023 after he complained about not receiving his wages.”

The plaintiffs are seeking more than $4,250,000 million each for damages. They also requested a trial by jury.

Page Six has reached out to Tiesi’s rep for comment but did not immediately hear back.

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