REAL Housewives of Dallas star Tiffany Moon's father-in-law, David, "accused of sexual battery by a former golf club employee in a new lawsuit."
The lawsuit, which was obtained by RadarOnline.com, also named the RHOD star's brother-in-law, Samuel Moon.
According to court documents obtained by the outlet, a woman using the pseudonym of Jane Doe filed a lawsuit on June 1 where she claimed that Tiffany's father-in-law penetrated her with his fingers on multiple occasions.
In the lawsuit, Doe claimed she worked at the family-owned Coyote Ridge Golf Club in Texas, where she was in regular contact with David, who is the Chairman of their family business, Sam Moon Group.
She further claimed that he sexually assaulted her on numerous occassons between May 2016 and February 2017.
According to the docs, the first incident happened in May 2016 when David assaulted her with his fingers.
The second incident allegedly happened a month and a third one happened when she was allegedly "bent over getting a Gatorade from the cart cooler."
He allegedly assaulted her three more times on the golf course before she decided to quit.
Doe's lawyer claimed in the lawsuit that "because Plaintiff had no place to go within Coyote Ridge to report David Moon’s sexual assaults and extreme and outrageous conduct, Plaintiff left her employment at Coyote Ridge."
That's where David's sons, Samuel and Daniel, come in.
She also named them as defendants, claiming that they assisted their father in the "commission of the sexual assaults" by failing to report him to law enforcement, failing to prevent the sexual assaults from happening again, and keeping him as the CEO and Chairman of the company, where he was in direct contact with other females.
Doe is suing for sexual assault and seeking unspecified damages.
This is sadly not the first time that David has faced similar accusations, as another sexual assault case was dismissed back in April, according to RadarOnline.com.
Tiffany, who came in for the first time this past season, hinted that she might be leaving the franchise after she butted heads with multiple housewives over their racial stereotyping – but she has since shut down those rumors.
Earlier this year, viewers called on Bravo to cancel the Texas franchise as the latest premiere had just 0.33 million people tune in.
The low number is just a fraction of what its Housewives counterparts racked in.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network) at 800-656-HOPE (4673).
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