Marc Anthony is demanding his former housekeeper's $500,000 lawsuit against him be thrown out, claiming he owes her no money and accusing her of fraudulently inflating timecards.
On January 11, Anthony filed court documents denying all allegations he screwed his maid, Concetta Graziosi, out of wages, overtime and vacation pay.
He denies not paying the housekeeper the lawfully required amounts and denies not paying overtime. Anthony accuses his ex-employee of fraud by producing inflated timesheets for the alleged hours she worked.
The "Está Rico" singer argues that the “so-called timesheets proffered by plaintiff are, in many respects, inaccurate and inflated, and upon information and belief, in certain instances fraudulent.”
Anthony says that Graziosi did indeed work for him from 2005 until 2017, “when those services were no longer needed.” He says that he sold his house in 2017 and no longer required the services of a housekeeper.
Anthony’s former maid, who worked at the Long Island home he shared with Jennifer Lopez during their marriage, said she was forced to work 7-days, 80 hours per week with no overtime. J. Lo has not been named in the lawsuit.