Two former celebrity personal assistants, who lived at the 24-hour, seven days a week, beck and call of their A-list employers, have revealed the inner workings of a job that knows no boundaries, but pays incredibly well.
Rebecca White and Jennifer O'Neill, who have worked for the likes of Lady Gaga, Naomi Campbell and Claire Danes, opened up to the New York Post's Jane Ridely to give a candid behind-the-scenes look into the world of a celebrity aide.
Ms O'Neill, 39, said: 'There’s no such thing as overtime or having your own life. You are married to these people. You are literally in a relationship with them.'
The Connecticut native, is currently embroiled in a bitter lawsuit with her former employer, Lady Gaga, suing for $390,000 in unpaid overtime plus damages.
For an annual salary of $75,000, Ms O'Neill claimed she was 'required' to sleep in Gaga’s bed 'because she didn’t sleep alone' and was expected 'to be working and available 24/7'.
Meanwhile the star, who described herself as 'queen of the universe, everyday' in court papers, alleges that Ms O’Neill did not want to be her 'slave,' making the 26-year-old diva carry her own suitcases, and failing simple tasks like laying out her toothbrush and soap.
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