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Rob Lowe's legal woes were already personal. This time, they're financial.
Amid the latest volume of court papers to be filed in Santa Barbara Superior Court stemming from Rob and Sheryl Lowe's ongoing battle with their counterattacking nannies is a deposition given by the actor opposing nanny Laura Boyce's motion to dismiss his original breach of confidentiality suit against the former hired hand. (View the documents)
Lowe reiterates that he was nothing but a gentleman with both Boyce and fellow sexual harassment-alleging nanny Jessica Gibson. The Brothers & Sisters star also claims that his now tarnished rep has cost him several acting gigs and untold amounts of cash.
"I have never acted inappropriately with Ms. Gibson or Ms. Boyce," he said in the deposition filed Wednesday.
"Since the headline that a second nanny sued me for sexual harassment, I have been passed over for at least three commercials, any of which could have ultimately resulted in income of over $1 million."