Beware of Craigslist Ads Seeking Celebrity Assistants

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Beware of Craigslist Ads Seeking Celebrity Assistants

Mon Mar 31, 2008 @ 10:22AM PST

Posted by Eriq Gardner

Uniongabrielle Another day, another lawsuit against someone allegedly trying to take advantage of a celebrity.

Today it's actress Gabrielle Union, who is suing an individual she claims posted a false job advertisement on Craigslist for an executive assistant for her. According to this complaint, filed in Georgia District Court, Union claims that defendant Steve Raymond fraudulently impersonated himself as a Union representative to attain confidential information from prospective employees. Union is suing for fraud, invasion of privacy, and conspiracy to commit criminal conduct.

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