New Court Claim: Lady Gaga Slept With Producer-Boyfriend Inside Recording Studio
This, according to the woman who says she discovered Gaga.
Wendy Starland, the woman who claims to have discovered Lady Gaga, is sharing new details about the "Bad Romance" singer's sexual past -- and it isn't pretty.
In an ongoing lawsuit, filed in 2010 against Gaga and her then-boyfriend, producer Rob Fusari, Starland reveals that Gaga -- whose real name is Stefani Germanotta -- openly admitted to sleeping with Fusari inside her recording studio.
“Stefani just said, you know, we’re having sex at the studio so I don’t know if you want to be there for that,” Starland said during an Oct. 28, 2011 deposition, filed just last month.
"Stefani was more explicit about the nature of their relationship at the studio regarding their romantic relationship … and that they, in substance, wanted their privacy and that it wouldn’t be appropriate or a good thing for me to be there," she said of Gaga, who has never been one to shy away from her sexual proclivities.
In the original lawsuit, Starland claims she was tasked by Fusari to find a "unique female singer, under the age of 25, who could be the female equivalent of the lead singer of the band the Strokes."
If she did, she was promised that she and Fusari "would work together to develop the singer and share equally in any revenues earned as a result."
Ironically, Gaga and Fusari filed lawsuits against each other in 2010. Fusari eventually settled his $30 million claim in September of that year.
The news of Starland's latest claims arrives just days after Gaga's expansive tour rider was exclusively revealed by Celebuzz.
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