A jury that will decide the back wages claim of a Brazilian nanny will not be allowed to hear that her allegedly stingy boss is a dominatrix.

Southern District of New York Judge Laura Taylor Swain has ruled against allowing Luzenilde Campos to tell the jury that her boss, Scarlet LeMay, is a dominatrix or escort. That information is no longer relevant, the judge said, because she has dismissed counterclaims for defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress made by LeMay.

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