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'American Housewife' Star Katy Mixon and Olympian Husband Sued by Ex-Nanny for Sexual Harassment

By Daniel Goldblatt

A woman who claims she worked as a nanny for "American Housewife" star Katy Mixon and her husband, Breaux Greer, claims she was sexually harassed during her brief employment and she's suing the couple.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Laree Hammer claims she worked for Mixon and Greer from May 21, 2018 through August 30, 2018.

In her lawsuit, Hammer details numerous ways in which she claims Greer sexually harassed her. In one instance, she says Greer asked her how long she had been in a relationship. When she responded "22 years," she claims Greer responded, "So you've had no other dick for 22 years?"

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In another instance, Hammer claims Greer asked her, "Don't you ever look at another man and think, 'I want that dick'?"

Hammer claims Greer once made a remark about the couple's infant son, saying, "Look at that dick. That's a big dick. I know he's my son."


In the lawsuit, Hammer only makes one sexual harassment claim against Mixon, claiming the ABC star talked about having sex in the pool with Greer and that was where their daughter Electra was conceived.

Hammer claims she "rejected every one of Greer's sexual advances and objected to the sexual explicit commentary and banter regularly engaged in by and between Greer and Mixon."

Hammer notes in her lawsuit that Mixon and Greer sued her earlier this month fraudulent misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation and breach of contract. She claims that lawsuit came after her lawyer sent the couple a pre-litigation demand letter asserting her claims. Hammer believes the couple filed their lawsuit in retaliation.

In her lawsuit, Hammer is suing for sexual harassment and a number of employment law-related causes (she maintains she was an employee and was entitled to certain things).

Hammer is seeking $500,000 in compensatory damages, $150,000 in unpaid wages, and another $150,000 in labor law penalties.

A rep for Mixon tells The Blast, "We have already filed our own lawsuit against Ms. Hammer for fraud, misrepresentation, and breach of contract in which we allege that Ms. Hammer’s harassment allegations are false and were made for the purpose of extorting us. We now intend to let the court process play out and will not further comment on the pending lawsuits."

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