By: WGAE Non-Fiction    April 29, 2014

AAA_PeckMSNBC, A former production assistant on the reality television show Ink Master [produced by Original Media] accuses her former employers of engaging in “severe and pervasive” sexual harassment, according to a legal complaint filed earlier this month.

The filing, which was submitted to a federal district court in New York, claims the two hosts of the Spike TV show (including Oliver Peck, pictured) would routinely make unwelcome sexual advances and engage in “non-consensual, unwelcome, and inappropriate touching.”

“From what we’ve been told by our client, we believe this is not an isolated incident,” said Kenneth Katz, an attorney for the plaintiff, 25-year-old Nicoletta Robinson.

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