, 2022-06-11 10:33:03,
A wrongful termination lawsuit filed by the former nanny of singer Halsey made headlines this week, in part because it offers a peek into the privileged private life of a celebrity, courtesy of the person who has lived in the star’s home and cared for the star’s baby.
Over the years, nannies have been a valuable source of personal information about stars. They can talk about the amazing perks of celebrity: luxury homes, going on tour, hanging out on film sets, traveling on private planes and yachts and staying in five-star hotels. They also can offer insights into a star’s personality and private habits, and dish on celebrities who are particularly eccentric and demanding in their bubbles of wealth and fame.
What keeps some celebrity nannies from talking publicly is a sense of loyalty, if they come to feel like a member of the family. But others know there are serious repercussions if they violate non-disclosure agreements. David and Victoria Beckham successfully pursued a lawsuit against a former nanny who worked for them from 2003 to 2005, and then gave an interview in which she disclosed private and confidential information about the couple’s marriage and four children.
Halsey also hit back Thursday, after the former nanny, Ashley Funches, filed her wrongful termination and discrimination lawsuit. Halsey called Hunches’ allegations “baseless” and essentially said she was fired because she was irresponsible.
But in Funches’ lawsuit, obtained by The Blast, the former nanny basically depicts Halsey as a bad boss. She said she was hired to be a “live-in attendant” to the singer’s newborn son. Halsey gave birth to son Ender in July 2021. His father is screenwriter Alev Aydin. Funches said she was fired from her position after requesting time off…
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