A former "The Price is Right" model filed a lawsuit Wednesday against two of the show's producers for sexual harassment.
Lanisha Cole, who was the longest serving model on the game show, filed the suit in L.A. County Superior Court against Michael Richards and Adam Sandler (no, not the actors).
Cole began working on the show in 2003 and things ran smoothly until in 2009. That's when she claims she was inexplicably ignored by Richards, who began showing favoritism for another model he was having a relationship with, according to the suit.
According to the 20-page civil complaint, on one occasion Sandler burst into her dressing room to berate her for not wearing a microphone -- while "at the time, she was completely naked and exposed, excepting a very sheer thong bikini underwear bottom."
Sandler proceeded to loudly chastise Cole in front of the other models "without even trying to turn away or avert his eyes from her nakedness," alleges Cole's lawyer, Solomon Gresen.
"Sandler deliberately humiliated Ms. Cole in front of her peers," Gresen said of his client.
"All the women in the dressing room, including Ms. Cole, were frozen in shock until Sandler finished his tirade and stormed out of the women’s dressing room," the document said.
Cole claims she filed a complaint with the show's HR department, but that nothing came of it and ultimately she had to quit the show in December of last year.
She is now seeking damages for wrongful termination, sexual harassment, false imprisonment and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Cole has been clear that host Drew Carey has not been accused of any wrongdoing.