Lady GaGa Not Entitled To Privacy - Former PA
Personal assistant suing GaGa claims that star has forfeited privacy...
A personal assistant who is suing Lady GaGa for £250k which she claims she is owed in unpaid overtime says that the star has no claim to privacy.
Jennifer O'Neill is seeking to use unpublished photos of GaGa taken by Terry Richardson to support her case in court - alleging that they show she was constantly by the side of the singer.
But GaGa has refused, stating that the images are "private and personal".
Submitting her argument for the pictures to be used as evidence, O'Neill has argued to the Manhattan Federal Court that GaGa has no right to privacy because of her exhibitionist tendencies.
The Sun reports that O'Neill's submission says: "[Lady Gaga exposes] herself in all manner of bizarre and intimate ways for the world to see every day."
O'Neill has alleged that her job with GaGa called for her to be on duty around the clock.
She said: "I was frequently at Ms Germanotta's side, often ready with coffee and/or water, from dusk to dawn. I was glued to Ms Germanotta to such an extent that at one point I was asked to step back so that I would not be in the way during photoshoots."
GaGa is reported to have spent six hours answering questions from O'Neill's lawyers in advance of the court case, which will be heard later this year.
In other GaGa news, the star has told Twitter followers that her Fame perfume has become the second-fastest-selling fragrance of all time - shifting six million bottles in just one week.
She tweeted: "The reaction to FAME has been overwhelming. 6 million bottles in 1 week makes it the 2nd fastest selling fragrance after Coco Chanel."
We told you last week that GaGa is reportedly planning to publish a secret diary she has been writing on tour.