Who Is Graham Chase Robinson (Robert De Niro Assistant and Accuser) Bio, Wiki, Age, Transgender, Lawsuit, Images, Instagram


Graham Chase Robinson Biography

Graham Chase Robinson is an entertainment professional and former Vice President of Production and Finance at Robert De Niro‘s company, Canal Productions. On October 3, 2019 she filed a lawsuit in the Southern District of New York alleging that De Niro subjected her to unwanted touching, sexist behavior and lewd jokes about his Viagra prescription.

Graham Chase Robinson Transgender – Graham Chase Robinson Trans

There is no information regarding Chase Robinson’s sexual orientation.

Graham Chase Robinson Canal Productions – Chase Robinson Assistant

According to her LinkedIn page, Chase joined Canal Productions in February 2008 as an executive assistant to De Niro, she was later promoted to the position of the company’s vice president of Production and Finance. She held the position until she resigned in April 2019.

She has four credits on her IMDB page as “assistant: Mr. De Niro”, the movies include; Silver Linings Playbook, Killer Elite and Limitless. In the movie The Comedian, she is listed as “director of production: Canal Productions”.

Also in the “Final Exposure” episode of “Nat Geo’s Most Amazing Photos” she is given a special thanks although her role in the show is unclear.

According to the Lawsuit she wanted to quit in November 2018 due to hostile working conditions but Robert De Niro “induced her to stay” by saying that her work conditions would improve. She also alleges that he claimed he would give her “bad recommendation” if she left.

The lawsuit reads, “De Niro responded with both a carrot and a stick – he made promises to induce to her stay and threatened repercussions if she left. Given De Niro’s prominence in the entertainment industry, he had the power to carry out his threats.”

Graham Chase Robinson Lawsuit Against Robert De Niro

On October 3, 2019 Chase Robinson filed a $12 million lawsuit in the Southern District of New York alleging that De Niro subjected her to “years of gender discrimination and harassment,” and created a “hostile work environment.”

In the lawsuit, Chase claims that Robinson harassed her. The harassment includes, “gratuitous physical unwanted contact” and “sexually charged comments”. She also alleges that he treated her as an “office wife”, assigned her “stereotypically female duties such as housework”.

She also adds that she was overworked and underpaid. She claims to have been forced to work much longer hours than her male counterparts and was paid less because De Niro said she was not a “male breadwinner” Robinson would typically “start working by around 7 a.m. and stop working around 8 p.m.” She also “routinely worked approximately 20 to 30 hours of overtime per week” and claims that even De Niro once described her as being “chained” to the office.

Graham Chase Robinson Sexual Harassment

In the lawsuit, Chase claims that Robert sexually harassed her and “Initiated Gratuitous Physical Contact”. She claims Robert constantly made “vulgar, inappropriate, and gendered comments” towards her including talking about his Viagra prescription, telling her that manual labor would “make a man out of you,” and suggesting she use the sperm of a male co-worker to get pregnant.

She also alleges that De Niro would regularly show up to meetings wearing only his pajamas of a bathrobe and one time he urinated while on the phone with her. She also accused him of directing her to “scratch his back, button his shirts, fix his collars, tie his ties, and prod him awake when he was in bed.” He also “stood idly by while his friend slapped Ms. Robinson on her buttocks.”

Robert De Niro Voicemail to  Chase Robinson

A voicemail published on youtube that is alleged to be from Robert to Chase he can be heard calling her a “spoiled brat,” and says “F*** you”, “how dare you f***ing disrespect me,” and threatening her, saying “you’re f***ing history.”

 Chase Robinson claims that Robert expected her to “drop everything” when he needed something. She alleges that at the time Robert left the voicemail she had ignored his call which lead to that angry and offensive voicemail.

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Chase Robinson
Chase Robinson

Robert De Niro Lawsuit against Chase Robinson

Prior to Chase filing a lawsuit against Robert, In August 2019 Robert Robert filed a lawsuit against her while he claimed that she wasted “astronomical amounts of time” at work watching Netflix and used a corporate account to pay for tens of thousands of dollars of luxury meals, trips, and groceries.

He alleged that Robinson watched Netflix during work hours which included 55 episodes of Friends during one four-day period in January. In a separate four-day period, the lawsuit claims she watched 20 episodes of Arrested Development and 10 of Schitt’s Creek.

“Watching shows on Netflix was not in any way part of or related to the duties and responsibilities of Robinson’s employment and, on information and belief, was done for her personal entertainment, amusement, and pleasure at times when she was being paid to work.”

The lawsuit also alleges that Robinson spent $12,696.65 in unauthorized charges at upscale New York hot spot Paola’s over a two-year period. It also claims she spent $8,923.20 buying high priced groceries at Dean and Deluca and Whole Foods, and a staggering $32,000 for Ubers and taxis. She also allegedly spent the company’s petty cash to reimburse herself for Louis Vuitton bags and iPhones.

Chase dismissed the lawsuit claiming that it was part of an effort to discredit her and get ahead of her lawsuit. Chase claims that she quit Canal in April 2019 and informed them of her potential lawsuit against them. In her lawsuit she claims that that’s when De Niro took a page out of the “Bill O’Reilly playbook.” and sued Robinson in order to create “clickbait allegations” that “characterize Ms. Robinson as a loafer, a thief, and a miscreant.”

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