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Randall Emmett Accused Of Allegedly Offering Jobs To Actresses In Return For Sexual Favors!

Randall Emmett, the ex-fiance of Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent, is being accused of sexual misconduct. 

According to an exposé published by the Los Angeles Times, the Hollywood producer is accused of offering jobs to actresses in return for sexual favors. 

To learn more about the allegations, L.A. Times reporter Amy Kaufman broke it down in a series of tweets via Twitter. Check it out below.

Despite the allegations, Emmett denies all claims being made against him in the article via his spokeswoman, Sallie Hofmeister. She told Page Six, “This stems from one allegation dating back from 2012 that Randall denies.”  

The movie producer also blames his ex-fiancée Kent, and her alleged “smear campaign.”

“These allegations are false and part of a now-familiar smear campaign orchestrated by Randall’s ex-fiancée to sway their custody dispute,” Hofmeister told the publication.

“Lala Kent has lied and manipulated others in her desperate attempt to win full custody of her daughter, keep her name in the press and remain relevant in reality television.”

Meanwhile, a source told Page Six, “This piece was clearly [done with] many, many sources over many, many months of reporting by the LA Times. Lala was a small part of this whole story. The article is really focused on Randall’s shady business practices for the last 10 years-plus.”

The insider said the LA Times claims it published the piece based on hundreds of court filings, internal company records, and interviews with dozens of former associates who corroborated that Emmett faces a mountain of debt, lawsuits, and alleged abuse allegations.

One woman, represented by powerhouse attorney Gloria Allred, claimed in a letter obtained by the publication that the movie producer once told her when she was just 23 “that to receive acting work from [him], she would have to perform sexual favors.”

The aspiring actress chose to remain anonymous for fear of retribution. The woman reportedly once inquired via text whether she had gotten a part she auditioned for, to which Emmett allegedly replied, “Yes. one day of work and u need to f—kme [sic] hun.”

The young woman landed minor roles in two of Emmett’s films, and according to Allred’s letter, during this period allegedly gave the movie producer massages, oral sex and allowed him to “digitally penetrate” her in addition to standing naked in front of him as he masturbated in his office.

According to the letter, the rising thespian reportedly complied with Emmett’s requests because she was “seeking to further her career” and did not want to “anger an important producer in the industry.”

Emmett’s spokeswoman confirmed he received the letter but said he “denies” the “allegation from 2012.”

That said, the LA Times reported that Emmett reached a settlement agreement on Jan. 2 with Allred’s client for $200,000 to be paid over the course of two years, to which Hofmeister reiterates, “Randall staunchly denies the allegations dating back to 2012.”

Another woman claims Emmett sent her “unsolicited” direct messages in early 2022 via Instagram.

The 30-year-old claimed in a declaration filed in Emmett’s custody proceeding that he asked her to “f—k on the dl,” and to “do heroin and meth,” according to the report.

“I was shocked, concerned and afraid because Randall is a stranger to me,” the woman wrote in the court document obtained by the publication via Page Six. “His persistence despite my never responding to a single message from him is frightening.”

Hofmeister told the LA Times her client has been sober for almost a year and provided negative drug tests.

“This allegation conveniently arose in his custody proceeding with Lala, who could provide no forensic proof that these texts were not spoofed using one of many apps,” she told Page Six. “Needless to say the judge gave this no credence. In addition, Randall provided the Times with unimpeachable proof that he had tested negative for drugs during this period and continues to be drug-free.”

A third woman, who also chose to remain anonymous, shared her own uncomfortable experience with the movie producer.

She told LA Times that in 2014, Emmett approached her in his Rolls-Royce as she was leaving a bar and allegedly said to her, “I’m not a creep, I promise. I’m a movie producer, you can Google me — please Google me.”

Emmett denied the incident occurred.

Allegedly, Emmett paid women to sign nondisclosure agreements to keep their alleged intimate relationships secret, which he also denied.

Apparently, he would allegedly email his lawyer to wire women money in exchange for their silence. He reportedly once offered a Florida model, with whom he allegedly was having an affair, $20,000 to keep her quiet about their dalliances.

Hofmeister declined to answer the Times’ inquiries about this particular woman but told the publication, “As the Times acknowledged, there is zero proof that Randall paid her any money to sign an NDA. In fact, she said just the opposite.”

Meanwhile, Kent claimed she was offered $14,000 at the start of their relationship — while he was still married to actress Ambyr Childers — but she declined. Hofmeister says in response that Emmett’s discussions with Kent had to do with her being on a reality show.

“Randall did not want their relationship discussed on ‘Vanderpump Rules,’ but after four years of resistance, finally agreed to appear because the producers had threatened to cut Lala’s contract if he did not,” the spokeswoman told Page Six.

Lala also alleged to the LA Times that the father of her 1-year-old daughter “tackled” and “knocked” her to the ground amid claims he had cheated. However, Hofmeister claims that Kent “fabricated this account.”

Photo Credit: Courtesy via Randall Emmett/Instagram