The father-in-law of Real Housewives of Tiffany Moon of Dallas is charged with sexual harassment in a lawsuit from a former golf club employee
The father-in-law of Real Housewives of Dallas star Tiffany Moon is facing a lawsuit over allegations of sexual assault against a woman who previously worked for him at his Dallas business, the Coyote Ridge Golf Club.
According to court documents filed on June 1, and reviewed by reviewed Radar, a woman who identifies as Jane Doe, named Moon’s father-in-law David Moon and brother-in-law Sam Moon, as well as the golf club, in asking for unspecified damages in the suit.
Doe claims David Moon touched her multiple times without her permission, from May 2016 to February 2017.
The latest: The father-in-law of Real Housewives of Dallas star Tiffany Moon, 36, faces lawsuit over sexual assault allegations against a woman who previously worked for him at his Dallas company, the Coyote Ridge Golf Club
In a May 2016 incident, Doe said David “quickly stuck his fingers up her anus,” according to court documents; in June 2016, she said he had touched her genitals without her consent.
Weeks later, according to court documents, Doe said David “stuck his finger into her anus as she bent over to get a Gatorade from the cart cooler.”
Doe said she endured three more times of unwanted, sexually charged touches before she stopped working.
“Because Plaintiff had no place within Coyote Ridge to report sexual assault and extreme and excessive behavior by David Moon, Plaintiff resigned from her job at Coyote Ridge,” her attorney said in court documents.
The Coyote Ridge Golf Club is located about 26 miles northwest of Dallas in Carrollton, Texas
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She said the other defendants in the case, including Tiffany’s husband Daniel, were complicit in David Moon’s illegal behavior by failing to report him to authorities, according to court documents.
Doe added that the co-defendants failed to protect golf club staff by keeping David “in a position of trust, confidence and authority as CEO and chairman in direct contact with women when he knew or should have known about his dangerous sexual tendencies.” ‘
The outlet reported that David and Sam Moon had been charged with sexual assault twice, with both cases being dismissed before going to trial, Radar said.
In April, the outlet reported that a woman who was suing the family dropped her case she filed in 2019. Radar, she said that David and Sam had “rubbed and/or grabbed the plaintiff’s buttocks with violence several times.”
In another suit, the prosecutor said the family tried to create a “Hooters-esque environment” with women dressed in “low-cut, form-fitting, revealing outfits,” adding that they were discriminatory in their recruiting practices.
The prosecutor said the family had “treated women as objects of their sexual urges rather than as the women – daughters, sisters, wives and mothers – that they are.”