A woman whom Robert De Niro accused of ripping off his production company claimed Thursday in a federal lawsuit that the actor’s allegations were retaliation for challenges she had raised to targeted gender discrimination and workplace harassment.

Graham Chase Robinson, who most recently held the title of vice president of production and finance at De Niro’s Canal Productions Inc., said in the filing that De Niro underpaid her compared to her male peers and assigned “stereotypical female duties,” such as cleaning his apartment, waking him from bed, and picking out gifts for his children.

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