"I was by her side virtually 24 hours a day, seven days a week," Jennifer told the court in a deposition. "That includes sleeping in the same bed with her," Jennifer continues. "Because she did not sleep alone."
“I felt it was required,” she says about sharing a bed with Gaga.Jennifer claims she was never asked if she wanted her own room during the tour. "Unlike anybody else on that tour, I did not have my own hotel room," Jennifer said in the deposition in July. "I was not asked if I wanted my own hotel room."
We're guessing there are plenty of people who would be thrilled to share a bed with Lady Gaga, but Jennifer doesn't appear to be one of them.
UPDATE (9/15/13): RadarOnline shared excerpts from Lady Gaga's 200-page witness statement explaining why she doesn't think Jennifer deserves any of the 7,168 hours of overtime pay she wants.
“This is it: when I need you, I need you." That's how Mother Monster describes the assistant job, and it includes occasionally getting up in the middle of the night to help the sick singer in her hotel room.
“Yes, I woke her up in the middle of the night because I can’t get anyone to help me. I wouldn’t know how to call a doctor…if I am sick and need someone to arrange a doctor or put a cold compress on my head, I view that as work, sure.” (She wouldn’t know how to call a doctor? Um…)
Gaga also detailed a great night in Paris they had with friends, to illustrate the perks of the job. "I am quite wonderful to everybody who works for me, and I am completely aghast to what a disgusting human being that you have become to sue me like this. ... SHE thinks she’s just like the Queen of the Universe. And, you know what? She didn’t want to be a slave to one, because in my work and what I do, I’m the Queen of the Universe every day.”
According to Radar, the case will begin November 4 in NYC. It should be pretty juicy...