Sharon Stone's former nanny is suing her, claiming the "Basic Instinct" actress used racially derogatory comments around her and violated labor laws.
Erlinda T. Elemen, a Filipino woman who worked as Stone's live-in housekeeper and nanny for five years, filed a lawsuit today in Los Angeles Superior Court describing Stone's various offenses. Elemen claims she was asked not to speak to Stone's children because Stone did not want them to pick up her Filipino accent. Elemen also says Stone criticized her for attending church and at one point, forbade her to read the Bible in the house.
Elemen claims that Stone withheld overtime payment from her. When Elemen brought it up, she claims Stone paid her the wages but accused her of stealing, berated her in front of guests, and eventually fired her for accepting the overtime pay.
The nanny is seeking an unspecified amount of unpaid wages, damages and penalties. Representatives for Stone did not immediately respond to ABCNews.com's requests for comment.
Last year, Stone was sued by a man who slipped and fell 15 feet while working on her house. She was ordered to pay him $232,000.